Edmund

Edmund deliver a wonderful success story, which is so unique and just at the beginning. Several million plays on Youtube, number 4 on the Austrian album charts, a sold-out scene in Vienna at the band's very first concert. What makes Edmund so successful? Roman and Markus write beautiful two-part dialect songs out of their stomachs, combine the best of old Austropop with current songwriting and hit the bull's eye with it. In "Freindschoft" they sing about the most important constant in their lives. The song "Zam oid wern" is a hymn to spending one's life with a unique partner. In "Lebmsgfüh" they humorously express their displeasure about the 12 hours day and think that an e-card holiday is much finer. "Büdl an da Wand" is about a failed relationship and works it up with a wink. "Princess" describes the love from a father to his daughter. The album is about failure, about getting up again, and about relationships that aren't always as simple as you'd like them to be. Edmund do not mince their words and often express things very directly and with a precise language. That should be exactly what their fans love about them, they speak from their souls. And to be honest, if you choose the name of Edmund "Mundl" Sackbauer as your band name, you can only like him.

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May 2019

Wiener Gasometer

Since the end of the 1990s, four teams of star architects have been working on converting four 112-year-old gasometers into a new urban complex.

 

Public transport: Gasometer Station
Subway line U3
Nightbus line N75
Car: Highway "Autobahn" A23 Südosttangente, Exit "St. Marx"

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