Les Reines Prochaines 2013:
Michèle Fuchs, Fränzi Madörin,
Muda Mathis, Sus Zwick
Once again, here are the heroines of everyday life!
Les Reines Prochaines have been around for 25 years.
Their approach is process-oriented, associative and
conceptual. Authorial work and group cooperation
complete each other and flow naturally into a product.
Musically and physically, LRP buzz their through the
Western performance tradition and dance uninhibitedly
at every imaginable party. They are as much at
home in Rock & Roll as in the theatre and art gallery.
Their public includes the Queer and the Straight as
much as young squatters and rightful house owners.
Les Reines Prochaines released their new album "Blut" (CD) in february 2013 in cooperation with Unrecords. [Details...]
21 tracks, songs and sound poems from LRP‘s last live programs.
Songs written by life itself, ballads—bold and light,
tableaux full of sumptuous tales. Songs for the serious, songs
for the silly, served up by five exciting lead voices, a playful
rhythm section, juicy brass riffs and heavenly refrains.
The release of the new album was accompanied by the
77-minute documentary film „Les Reines Prochaines“
by Claudia Willke, produced by Stella Händler. The
Hamburg filmmaker followed LRP for over three years
and shows how they keep breaking down the barriers
between music, theatre, visual art and film and recombining
them with wit, imagination and radical cheek.