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(19.07.2017)

Additional Dream Machine Shows Announcement!!

Before, we’ll take off to North- and South America dates,
the Dream Machine departs for a final encore through Europe.
Come on board and join us for an incomparable live spectacle and unforgettable nights!

03/11 Berlin
04/11 Oberhausen
05/11 Luxembourg
07/11 Tilburg
09/11 Padua
10/11 Naples
12/11 Turin
13/11 Bologna
15/11 Marseille
16/11 Nancy

Tickets and VIP go on general sale this Friday,
don’t miss out and check our socials and our Bands in Town for the latest updates!
Let’s get HIGH

(20.03.2017)

Sunday the 19th of March: It’s finally time for the highly anticipated and sold out gig of Tokio Hotel. It is clear that fans are really looking forward to this concert. The show starts at 20:30 but the place is already filled up at 20:00.

Tokio Hotel doesn’t have an support act, just like two years ago at Tivoli Vredenburg. There is a beautiful decor with a platform filled with keys, electric drums and a lot more electronic instruments. To create a very good ambiance the band decorated the platform with lights that keep changing color throughout the show. The lightshow and the beautiful windows at Paradiso are a perfect combination.

Of course the music should be great as well. And on this evening it is! It’s easy to see that Tokio Hotel is good at what they do. There are different kinds of instruments all over the stage. Especially all-rounder Tom Kaulitz, who used to only play guitar, put his heart and soul in the variety of instruments he plays this evening. Georg Listing and Tom Kaulitz are mostly found on top of the platform. This makes sense, because they have to play the keys, synths and everything else the guys play in the show. A shame for some of the fans though, since the two were hard to see.

The complete show is super-tight. So tight that there is no time for a quick chat or outburst from the band members: the only disadvantage of the show. Besides that, the gig is exactly what the guys want it to be and it’s beautiful for the fans to see this concert. Those Germans are a well-oiled machine who do this day in day out. You’re able to see this through their performance.

Frontman Bill Kaulitz sounds really good. Two years ago the singer used a lot of the technical bits of the show, now you can hear him singing live. Most of the show seems to be live. The band does not hide the fact that Bill Kaulitz sometimes uses tape for the vocals. And it’s pure and honest! Bill Kaulitz isn’t afraid to show his emotions and turns the audience into satisfied fans. Especially with the tear-jerking last song, “Stop, Babe“, Bill’s pure vocals hit like a truck. You feel and hear his pain. “Stop, Stop. Babe, I’m not ready to love you, because I’m not fully healed.” If no tissues were used here…

Sunday the 19th March, 2017, the sixth stop of the Dream Machine tour, is most likely an evening for fans of the newer albums. “Darkside of the Sun“, “Black“, “Automatic” and “Durch den Monsun” are the only older songs. Besides those four songs, they only played songs of “Kings of Suburbia” and the new “Dream Machine“. This tight set with a beautiful decor on stage, a great lightshow and danceable tracks with a little rock edge made this evening complete. Everyone is leaving Paradiso with a big smile on his or her face.

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(21.02.2017)

EXCLUSIVE:
The brand new video of “Tokio Hotel”

Finally: the video for the single “What If” is here
and celebrates with us it’s WORLD PREMIERE

Since the monsoon and wild hairstyle experiments on Bill Kaulitz‘s head have now passed 12 years, but Tokio Hotel are not yet logged off. Tom, Bill, Georg and Gustav are currently playing their fifth album. “Dream Machine” is both a gateway to a new sound sphere of the return to the beginnings of the Magdeburg band, in front of dozens of platinum, seven million sold phonograms and world tours. “This is the album that we always wanted to make – just us four, without someone chattering us. It felt like 15 years ago in the rehearsal room,” explains Bill. “We did not need a producer or any songwriter, we are now in a position to take control. As a band, we were finally able to realize ourselves honestly musically.”

The guys laid the foundation in the Berlin Red Bull Studios. There they literally “locked” themselves, wrote songs, were simply together. Five of the ten tracks from “Dream Machine” were made in the capital. No single title should be album fillers, Tokio Hotel makes no compromises, but only what they really want.

What we hear is analogous retro-snyths, modern beats, strong Baselines, indie pop – slightly playful and detached from typical song structures. “The songs live from mixing programmed sounds with real instruments. No track comes without guitar, drums or piano,” says Tom. “The album sounds extremely free.”

What If is an up-tempo electro track, dominated by a progressive beat, borne by a playful melody and Bill‘s unmistakable voice. The song is the big question about missed opportunities. “Sometimes we get in the way of ourselves and miss the big opportunities because we are not brave enough. That’s what’s going on in the track,” says Bill.

The album “Dream Machine” will be available from 3 March.

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(14.02.2017)

The New Video of Tokio Hotel
with the skyline of L.A. as a backdrop

The new video of Tokio Hotel for the song “Something New” was shot in the heart of Los Angeles and in the desert.

The fans can look forward to the new Tokio Hotel album “Dream Machine” on 03.03.2017. Now Bill and Tom Kaulitz, Gustav Schäfer and Georg Listing have released the first official video about the song “Something New”. It was filmed in the election home of Tom and Bill, Los Angeles.

New World Tour

As early as mid-September, Tokio Hotel published the tour dates of their new world tour “Dream Machine”, which will begin on March 12, 2017 in London. The new album of the German electro-indie-quartet was probably the best-kept secret of the music industry. Until now. The album “Something New” provides an impressive pre-taste for the new sound world of the band with its epochal sound world from analog synths and wide soundscapes.

The fear of living life backwards

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