DR. SCHAFAUSEN – Waiting For Tomorrow

Dr. Schafausen – Waiting For Tomorrow [Official Video]
Taken from the album: Waiting For Tomorrow | 2021
Directed by Yannick Louet and Hiroki Abe

Italian dystopian group Dr. Schafausen have released a new video for the tilte track of their recently released album Waiting For Tomorrow which hit the stores via Sliptrick Records on March 9th.

Here’s the official press about the concept for the track; “It’s hard to talk about waiting because based on what you expect, it can be positive or negative. In fact, there are many different types of waiting, each characterized by its own state of mind. Sometimes waiting is good, other times it is a sentence and you don’t have the courage to act. The most important thing is to understand when it is worth waiting and when instead you need to take action. What is your idea? Do you like to wait for what happens or do you prefer to have everything in hand and take action? Every night I went to sleep without turning off my cell phone. The next morning I saw that there had been no calls and I was saddened. The mood turned black, and another day of waiting began. Waiting for something that will never come, tomorrow never comes.”

Dr. Schafausen – Waiting For Tomorrow [album]
The album Waiting For Tomorrow is based on atmospheres that well represent scary or unwanted life experiences, in fact, the work was born from Dr. Schafausen’s (aka Sergio Pagnacco) state of consciousness felt due to the quarantine for Covid 2. The album’s atmospheres are able to best represent the various sensations in contrast with the many utopias of life. Read more …here

Available now from: Shop Sliptrick | Apple Music | Spotify | & other major stores

Waiting For Tomorrow | Released March 9th, 2021 on Sliptrick Records

Dr. Schafausen are:
Slava Antonenko – Vocals | Michael Pahalen – Guitars | Dr. Schafausen – Bass & Vocals | Anatole Lyssenko – Drums

Antonio Bacciocchi

Scrittore, musicista, blogger. Ha militato come batterista in una ventina di gruppi (tra cui Not Moving, Link Quartet, Lilith), incidendo una cinquantina di dischi e suonando in tutta Italia, Europa e USA e aprendo per Clash, Iggy and the Stooges, Johnny Thunders, Manu Chao etc. Ha scritto una decina di libri tra cui "Uscito vivo dagli anni 80", "Mod Generations", "Paul Weller, L’uomo cangiante", "Rock n Goal", "Rock n Spor"t, Gil Scott-Heron Il Bob Dylan Nero" e "Ray Charles- Il genio senza tempo". Collabora con i mensili “Classic Rock”, "Vinile" e i quotidiani “Il Manifesto” e “Libertà”. E' tra i giurati del Premio Tenco e del Rockol Awards. Da sedici anni aggiorna quotidianamente il suo blog www.tonyface.blogspot.it dove parla di musica, cinema, culture varie, sport e con cui ha vinto il Premio Mei Musicletter del 2016 come miglior blog italiano. Collabora con Radiocoop dal 2003.

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