Renowned Belgium music band to rock up Hanoi audience this weekend
The Hanoitimes - Belgium media praises ATOME with the phrase "New prodigies of Electro-Pop music in the Belgian style" when writing or talking about its members.
Under the framework of the European Music Festival in Vietnam 2019, the famous music band ATOME will perform in Hanoi on November 18 at the invitation of the Wallonie – Bruxelles Mission.
|Two members of ATOME.|
ATOME is a band from the Belgian capital of Bruxelles and performs songs in French. The band, founded in 2016, has five members including the leader Remy Lebbos (former member of Vismets band), David Picard (former member of Applause band), female singer and keyboard artist Conine Waiters, keyboard artist Leila Alev and the drummer Jean Prat.
ATOME has won many awards at major prestigious music competitions in Belgium. After their first album released on February 15, ATOME was continuously invited to perform in some world prestigious music events namely Propulse, Festival Dour, Brussels Summer Festival among others.
Belgium media praises ATOME with the phrase "New prodigies of Electro-Pop music in the Belgian style" when writing or talking about its members.
The weekend show by ATOME in Hanoi is expected to rock up the vibrant and bustling atmosphere among Hanoi audiences.
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