Although the band has travelled all over the world, their hearts still remain in Hamburg. The name DenManTau originates from a dying language in northern Germany often used by sailors, the word meaning, “all hands on deck.” This paints the picture of what DenManTau represents: pulling together to help bring life to what they perceive as a dying world. Paul Weber, lead singer and trumpeter of DenManTau, found his passion at a young age. Playing the trumpet since he was only six and performing at the age of eight, it was clear his calling was music. “I started the band when I was just 13 years old,” Weber said. “I felt compelled to do this and that my purpose was devoted to music.” DenManTau developed a unique sound over the years that is universally appealing to the public.
They implement folk, funk, jazz and rock, and incorporate a diverse variety of rhythms into their music. This distinct genre of music has been identified as bohemian dance rock.