NITS back in Paris

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The Dutch group NITS will give an exceptional concert at the Trianon (Paris) on March 22. Places are available.

Don’t miss the next NITS concert on March 22 at the Trianon in Paris. The ticketing is open.

This will be their latest visit to France since 2021, when the Dutch pop trio presented their album Knot. During their next visit to the Capital, they will take the opportunity to celebrate 50 years of their training. Henk Hofstede (vocals), Rob Kloet (drums) and Robert Jan Stips (keyboards) will present pieces from their entire career. The latter shows an indelible contribution to European pop, aided by a unique sound and approach. Among their biggest hits are standards such as ‘JOS days’, ‘In The Dutch Mountains’, ‘Adieu Sweet Bahnhof’, ‘Nescio’ and many others.

In addition, NITS are going on tour with a new mini-album under their arms, entitled Tree House Fire. The theme of this disc revolves around the fire which affected the trio’s studio. “On May 16, 2022, our De Werf studio burned to the ground,” they explain. “The fire took everything away. Fire gave us this album. The Tree is still standing. The bird is still singing. »

Discover The Tree, which is extracted from it, via the player below:

A disaster which inspired the group to take a new creative step, which will mix with the classics that the musicians will present during their next concert at the Trianon, scheduled for March 22.

Here is the tracklist and cover:

01. Month of May
02. Big Brown Building Burning
03. The Tree
04. The Bird
05. The Attic
06. The Wind Has No Clothes


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