Last year, you performed in the tent next to the Last Arena. What have you changed this year?
We’ve prepared a very special show for this year. In fact, we have totally rearranged our live show. There are thirteen wind instruments that will accompany us today and we have two special guests: Darrell Cole and Pierre Spataro (Commander Spoon). Which will absolutely give another touch and color to our song.
This show will indeed be very different to your other shows. Where did the idea of bringing a Brass band come from?
They proposed us this slot on the big stage and we were of course incredibly happy about the opportunity, but we kind of felt that our show wasn’t big enough for the size of the stage. Since we’re only with two on stage and we play a lot of instruments, we don’t have much time to use the stage. So, we were looking for a concept that could elevate our performance — and because we adore jazz (they met at the conservatory of Brussel) — the idea of a brass band came quick. We know the Bravo Big Band very well and they were charmed by the project since the beginning.