Above all, The White Screen give a sensational show, creating a spiritual home for all those wild and lost young souls.
The group cover themselves in extravagant white fabrics and glamorous make-up, transforming every venue into a sexually loaded freak party in which both the band and the crowd are stocky by an uncontrollable urge to lose control.
The Broid cousins are charismatic and passionate performers, unceasingly inviting their audience to join them on a terrifying but fantastic trip, through intimate, dreamy ballads to raunchy, ass kicking rock and roll. The band’s unique sound is coloured by the crunchy guitars, Casio organs and sleazy cello.
In their songs, whether humorously or romantically, The White Screen often rebel against local politics and universal injustice.
They don’t fear the apocalypse, on the contrary, they are in love with it.
Their debut album, produced in part by Red-Axes, has raised them up to local cult heroes, and has gained them to international acknowledgment.