Belau is one of the most promising electronica newcomers around the European music scene. In three years, they had almost 200 live performances in 23 countries.
The debut LP, ‘The Odyssey’ won the Hungarian Grammy in the best electronic music album category. After their long-awaited sophomore album, titled Colourwave, they released a breathtaking music video, plus a mystic night version for “Risk It All” featuring Amahla.
“Take You to The Sea” – claims their compositions. Belau (Peter Kedves and Krisztian Buzas) is a band who tries to provide shelter for the modern human through their music, representing the path to self-awareness through the depth of the individual by making modern and elegant electronic beats with longing lyrics driven for the solace of the mind. The song is forever inspired by the fundamental elements of nature, especially the infinite sea.
The duo had many international successes. In the last years, they played almost 200 shows in 23 countries and impressed audiences at renowned festivals like Primavera, Eurosonic, Electric Castle, Sziget, SXSW – to name just a few. Belau was supported by radios like BBC Radio 1 or KEXP and mediums like Clash Music, Billboard, The Line of Best Fit, or Ones to Watch. Their first album won the Hungarian Grammy Award, Belau reached one million streams with earlier releases.
Colourwave, which got many great reviews and feedback, keeps providing shelter for modern humans through music, where listeners can sink to themselves and their thoughts. “Risk It All” is a song of possibilities, one of their favorite tracks from the new album. Before the release in February, the band shot a video for it around some breathtaking European sights.
In April of 2021, Belau will be releasing the deluxe version of Colourwave with some remixes, live sessions, reimagined versions, and a new song.
“The first tune from it is the night version of Risk It All, which is more mystic, minimal, and darker than the original,” – said Belau about the new releases featured the fresh The Ivors Academy Rising Star nominee, Amahla.
Due to COVID 19 crisis Hungary’s No.1 musical export good, Belau had to reschedule their album release tour, which will start around autumn. Discover updated information about the new dates or the special splatter vinyl release on their social page.