The "One Fine Day in INFINITI": the meditation
with the CAMOUFLAGE's music.
The Thursday night in the Moscow's club INFINITY (Nov, 11)
stayed in the memory for sure... This band wasn't discovery for
the technoromantics (especially having in the mind it is already
the second appearing of the band here in Russia).
The awaiting of the beginning of the Camouflage's show was
shared with the guests of the evening, the legendary Russian synthband
Technologia which supported the show of Germans.
But the moment came and Markus (vocals), Oliver (vocals, keyboard),
Heiko (back vocals, keyboard) and Johan (drums) entered the stage.
The process of the enjoying of the music took about two hours.
The last album's superhit "I'll Follow Behind" opened
the set and was continued by the best and known songs of the band.
The melancholy in the eyes, the voices that pierced the souls,
tenderness and real love to the listeners… all these things are
composing this unical world we call: CAMOUFLAGE. The world of
the feelings that couldnt be describe with just the words, the
world of the associations alloyed in one minor key it is… Such
the hits as "Close", sweet "Suspicious Love"
arranged in the danceable way, drive of "I Want You"
and the song of all the times "Love Is A Shield"… all
these songs were played and the final point was the real hymn
of this evening "One Fine Day"…
It is available to continue eternally… Three times they went
backstage and three times returned back being called by the crowd
of fans. Surprises were prepared too - for example the cover of
the Human League's "Being Boiled". The song "Kraft"
was sung partially in Russian.
Of course any news were delivired to fans too. The new album
should see the light in the next year. A few songs are recorded
The plane was already awaiting for the artists in the November
Moscow morning but musicians found yet a time to gift the authographes
and possibility to shoot photos to fans till the morning came.
The skies took the band to move them in the another city to
give the next show but the impressions stayed to live in the mind…