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Saturday Looks Good To Me

The first impression must have been irritating for Saturday Looks Good To Me when they arrived at the venue of their Vienna show. Hundreds of primarily female and darkly rouged teenagers were waiting for a concert of the Canadian Teenie-Punk-Band Simple Plan to start, who played another hall of the Arena. Saturday Looks Good To Me singer and songwriter Fred Thomas, keyboardist Scott Sellwood (who knew a personal anecdote about nearly every single band we had a shooting with) and drummer Steve Middlekauf watched the strange scenery with an alienated grin before they kicked off what was going to be their only show in Austria on their surprisingly very last tour ever. “We all live in different places now which makes things complicated”, Fred explained after the concert. Thus their 2007 release “Fill Up The Room” – an amazing collection of powerful, melodic, stirring and souly indie rock songs with supreme vocal harmonies – might as well be the last record of the formerly Michigan-based band. “But all of us will continue to make music in some way”, Fred said.

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  • Posted: August 11, 2008
  • Camera: Michael Luger
  • Sound Recording: Matthias Leihs
  • Post-Production: Simon Brugner
  • Photography: Simon Brugner