Evelinn Trouble - Label Suisse Festival - Lausanne - 2022

Evelinn Trouble - critics say she's a phenomenon best witnessed live.

Evelinn Trouble – Live In Lausanne – 2022 – Past Daily Soundbooth: Rock Without Borders

Evelinn Trouble - Label Suisse Festival - Lausanne - 2022
Evelinn Trouble – critics say she’s a phenomenon best witnessed live.

Evelinn Trouble – live at Label Suisse Festival 2022 – RTS Couleur 3 – FM –

Evelinn Trouble – in concert during the 2022 Label Suisse Festival in Lausanne and captured for posterity by RTS in Lausanne.

Evelinn Trouble, Born to a jazz-singer mother, she learned her first standard as a toddler («Black Coffee») and was hooked on the power of songs. Tried to find her own voice in loud grunge and rock bands as a rebellious teenager, playing and living in the squats of her then-home-town Zurich. A city she left before reaching her twenties in order to lead a nomad’s-life revolving around her music. Changing European cities (& haircolor) like other people change socks, using her songwriting as an anchor in the restless moving around. In under a decade, Evelinn Trouble recorded and produced five albums and four EP’s, experimenting with different musical styles and forging a vast sonic universe with a loyal following. From industrial-driven rock to dreamy piano-ballads, from her psychedelic era to her days of hip-hop infused art-pop; no two releases in her catalog are alike. Trouble has always been a shape-shifter, a genre-fluid musician. And her fans are in for the ride. There’s just no way of telling which city or sound is next, but you always know when it’s Trouble. And maybe that’s the solace of it.

So, if you’ve never heard of Evelinn Trouble before or even heard vague references, here’s your opportunity to check out what other parts of the world are diving into and enjoying.


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