Art can be many things - as long as the artist gets away with it. No sooner said than done, Call me Brutus think about it anew before every performance. Since 2010, the band based in Sindelfingen has been making the audience's ossicles vibrate with a pinch of self-irony, a shot of three-chord punk riffs, ska-inspired sounds and rolling alternative guitar music at their energetic shows.
Unembellished and honest. That is - you have to say it like that - suitable for the masses. A term with negative connotations, but Call me Brutus take it, reinterpret it and turn it into an experience of its own. One that conveys good humour and gives the audience a good time. They interact with the listeners like hardly any other band, without being alternative punk rockers who spread the message besides all the fun: No feet wide to the fascists!
It's creative chaos, planned chaos, which has been on stage with Call me Brutus since 2010, while before that sometimes the smallest moshpit in the world and sometimes a big crowd, which makes the hall shake on command. If you go to a CMB concert, you know that there are also times when the crowd is on their faces. And those who can still stand up after that are one more insight: I'll be back! You have to see this band for yourself. Art can be many things - as long as the artist gets away with it. Art can be fun. Art can have a certain claim AND be dirty at the same time.