Release March 12th on ADA Music
This March 12th Paceshifters will release their newest single ‘Wasted Days.’ It is the third preview of their fifth studio album, which will be released this autumn. The video that accompanies the single shows us Paceshifters playing in and among plastic that still has to be recycled. Wasted Days is a song that deals with a growing social problem: the truly disgusting way in which we treat our planet. Seb, Paul and Jesper are growing increasingly more concerned with the state of the environment but feel empowered as well: “musicians need to concern themselves with helping a sustainable planet. We only have one earth, and there is no music on a dead planet.”
This growing concern has led the trio to enroll themselves in the Music Declares Emergency movement who call governments across the globe to action. This international movement has garnered over 4000 members, all part of the music community, among which are Billie Eilish, Brian Eno and Radiohead.
Paceshifters are in essence a live band. These past ten years their tourbus has led them to the US and Canada, to Exit in Servia, Woodstock in Poland. They played Pinkpop, were invited by Wende Snijders to play her Kaleidoscoop in Royal Theater Carré and were nominated for an Edison in 2017. While 2020 forced them to play an unplugged camping tour this was nonetheless a very successful undertaking. Paceshifters, fueled by their passion for making live music accompanied by their desire for structural environmental change, are ready to hit the big stage once again to let their fans know what their new plans are.