For more than a week after the release of their new album, the Sweet High, the Band has a gold record, may be received. It is the first one that the band released after its members, ten years ago, we decided to part ways.
The band received a gold record, during the recording of the radio program, music bar, on NPO Radio 2.
Singer Jacqueline Govaert had a gold plate, which will be awarded if there are more than thirty thousand copies have been sold, don’t see it coming at all. “We are still in the rush of sold-out concerts over the weekend. Of the year, as soon the gold has become, it is amazing and beautiful and the icing on the cake,” says the lead singer.
The band launched a Sweet, High, last Thursday, during the first show in Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome. The album contains ten tracks, including the hits Lost Without You, and How Would You Feel.
Bond announced, at the beginning of this year, the reunion of
The band was completed by the end of the nineties, was established, and has scored hits such as I Would Stay, Sweet Goodbyes. The final show of the band’s return took place in 2009 in the Heineken Music Hall in amsterdam (now in the SEA, and Live.
They came back after ten years to see you again in the fiftieth edition of this event. The band broke up, partly thanks to an appearance at the Pinkpop festival in 2000, to a wider audience.
At the beginning of this year, the Band have regained the stage to join. “This year, all the numbers are in the right place,” says the band. “It’s been ten years since the Band stopped, and the Pinkpop festival this year is fifty years of age. A reunion was never an option, until we wake up one day and suddenly be the only option.”