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Die neue EP

«Future:Memories The Piano Sessions»
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The album "Future:Memories", released in March, catapulted to fourth place in the all-Swiss album charts and marked the quartet's latest milestone, after Pegasus trotted to number one only a year before with "Unplugged". With "Come Home", the Swiss are now launching the second single from their seventh album. The midtempo number is not only a first approach to the international market, but also sums up Pe- gasus' work musically quite well: The Swiss band is somewhere between One Republic and Welshly Arms, loves catchy tunes and embodies classic, urban middle-of-the-road pop. Sometimes classic, sometimes electronic - Pegasus always goes. The band puts an intimate unplugged garment on con- ventional clubs, transforming them into cosy living rooms and creating unique goosebump moments. Only to make whole arenas shake the following day and several thousand people sing along loudly to their opulent stadium anthems. Often, all it takes is a single touch on the piano or a simple bass line.
Come Home
Lakelive Biel
Augusta Raurica
Won't Find Nobody Like You
Better Man
Victoria Line – feat. Anna Rossinelli
Behind the Sounds


  • 02.06.2023
  • Basel
  • Hafenfest
  • tickets
  • 10.06.2023
  • Aarberg
  • Stars Of Sounds
  • tickets
  • 17.06.2023
  • Rapperswil
  • Blues'n'Jazz
  • tickets
  • 07.07.2023
  • Fleurier
  • Trouble A Music Festival
  • tickets
  • 20.07.2023
  • Vaduz
  • Museumsplatz
  • tickets
  • 29.07.2023
  • Etziken
  • Openair Etziken
  • tickets


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Singer Noah Veraguth, bassist Gabriel Spahni and guitarist Simon Spahr – who re-joined the band in February 2020, after a four-year break – grew up on the same street. As young teenagers, they were already entertaining their neighbours with concerts in their living rooms, basements and out in the park. When drummer Stefan Brønner joined a little while later, the band was complete. At the age of 17, they signed their first record deal together with their parents.


Their breakthrough album was the platinum-selling Human.Technology, released in 2011, and this, followed by their number-one hit ‘Skyline’ in 2012, put the four friends from Biel firmly on the mainstream music map. Few Swiss pop bands have seen as many singles and albums hit the charts as Pegasus. ‘Music comes above most other things for us. Music is our passion. And a true passion can never fully be explained. What’s even better is that we have been able to share such unforgettable moments as friends,’ says Veraguth.