Stepping boldly in the dusty footsteps of such giants as King Crimson, Camel and Pink Floyd, Lucy in Blue take the stage with atmospheric grooves and bittersweet harmonies. Their newest album, In Flight deals with the dilemmas of the psychedelic experience and spiritual poverty. Confusion, despair and wonder carry the listener from black beaches to snowy peaks, to emerge at the apex of felt experience, in flight. Tonight at Sala Apolo.
They started off in London in 1969, and soon King Crimson were considered one of the pioneers of progressive rock, as they were one of the pillars of the genre and fundamental support for its place in the world of music. With the lovely Robert Fripp at the helm (the only member who’s survived all the irregular stages of the band), King Crimson have released 13 albums, including the latest, 2003’s ‘The Power to Believe’. In 2014 they kicked off a new phase of tours and concerts that brings them to Barcelona. Today and tomorrow at L’Auditori.
Black Mountain, grup canadenc de rock psicodèlic i de sons espacials i atmosfèrics que deriven de l’acid rock, hard rock, blues rock i el rock progressiu dels anys 60 i 70 amb influències de King Crimson o Black Sabbath passen per Barcelona per presentar el seu quart disc, ‘IV’ (2016), que es publica precisament el mateix dia de la seva actuació a Bikini.