It is only a few days ago, the american indie rock band stood on the stage in the Royal Arena. For summer, facing the four men from the UNITED states back to little Denmark, when, in the summer to play in the 2020 edition of the Heartland.
There is room for improvement from The National, believes the Extra Magazine was a music critic Thomas Treo. He called Royal Arena-the concert for a 'non-starter' in his review. Read it here: See also: Black evening: "death march" project in the Royal Arena
'An evening with The National can be a life-affirming concert experience. It can also be a non-starter. Unfortunately, it was the latter, since it is eternal the moody rock band too seldom brought beyond the ordinary in the Royal Arena', wrote the Treo, among other things about the concert this Friday.
in addition to The National has Heartland published a further 10 names to this summer's local music festival.
the Swedish The Cardigans, indierockens superstar, Kurt Vile, the alternative rock band The Jesus and Mary Chain from Scotland, the american-canadian Rufus Wainwright, bluesikonet Seasick Steve, Caroline Polachek from Chairlift, as well as the Savage frontwoman Jehnny Beth is the foreign names at the festival, which already is ready.
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From the domestic music scene has Heartland secured the success of the duo Phlake and indie-group Efterklang, as well as the rock band Psyched Up Janis.
Heartland is on June 29. 31. may 2020 at Egeskov Castle.
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