Victor Sierra leads you into a vaporous and multicolored universe through unexplored paths down to a future that could have been...
The CD: "Electric Rain" shows the many facets of the band …
In a bloody sky, the airship Hydrogen Queen keeps a steady pace while very special trains can fly leaving the road not taken. Masterminds on a putsh and spies lost in a "laberinto" scratch the door of the "yiddishe club".
On stage, Anouk’s and Bob and Big Machine’s energies invite you to go beyond the horizon line, to be stirred in unison and to live unpredictable experiences.
Enter Victor Sierra's universe...
Bob Eisenstein: Co-founder of the steampunk band Victor Sierra. (Code name after the cryptic alphabet of legendary flying Dutchmen) Hydrogen Queen airship commander Enjoys questions answering questions, Bourbon whiskey, unsolvable equations and particular music instruments. Knows several languages dead or alive. Doesn't like to be disturbed when flying high in currents of inspiration. Likes to convert improbable ideas in impossible visions. Sometimes his lyrics remain obscure, even to him, which this is a good thing because the obvious is boring. Highly unpredictable.
Anouk Adrien: Co-founder of the same band. The legendary converted princess crossing the road not taken. Usually disagrees with the commander and likes to drive him nuts, often arguing on smart basis and amplified nonsenses. Loves poetry of the living past Enjoys Rum, distorted guitar sounds and seas of every colors. Sew clothes with the stuff steam is made of. Wears Chinese red lipstick. Highly reliable.
Big Machine: A self-made cyborg. Made various attempts to join in, last time was a success. Makes sure the Hydrogen Queen gets everything necessary to go forward. Powerful man machine made of parts of unknown origins and long time trans-humanist member of the Difference Engine league. Not the next door neighbor you hardly notice . Likes to talk loud or shuts the fuck up and nothing in between. Enjoys analogical lullabies, a nice cup of coffee -black as night- and reads future and past in any available time anomaly. Highly unsociable.
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