dEUS, Boy Harsher, L’Impératrice, The Soft Moon and Σtella join Dour Festival 2023
From rock in the broadest sense to synth-wave and post-punk: Dour Festival has something for everyone. Add to that the newest scene of this year; Le Garage, dedicated to all things guitar for those who love to headbang and mosh to rock, metal, garage or even punk.
Dour Festival invites you to meet the legendary dEUS on Saturday, July 15, at La Last Arena. After a 10-year hiatus, one of the biggest Belgian bands of the last 30 years and pioneers of Belgian indie rock will be back with their new album ‘How to Replace It’ to be released mid-February.
At La Petite Maison dans la Prairie, the temperature will go up a notch with the American duo Boy Harsher who will release a wave of freedom and rave culture on techno, synth-wave and industrial sounds and the Parisians of L’Impératrice who will immerse us in a nu-disco and funk cocktail of yumminess. For Joy Division fans, a club, post-punk and darkwave atmosphere is guaranteed with the prolific Californians, The Soft Moon. Finally, immerse yourself in the summer music par excellence of Σtella, newly signed to the prestigious Sub Pop label, who revisits Greek-style pop by bringing together kanun, bouzouki and indie music.
dEUS, Boy Harsher, L’Impératrice, The Soft Moon and Σtella join Phoenix and Men I Trust for a rock lineup that will get even bigger over the next few days.
Stay tuned for more rock with the lineup of the brand new scene Le Garage that will be revealed soon!