Album inspired by suburbia

2019-07-02 06:00
Francios van Coke said that his forthcoming album was inspired by the suburbs.PHOTO: Jono

Francios van Coke said that his forthcoming album was inspired by the suburbs.PHOTO: Jono

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Afrikaans music sensation, Francios van Coke has been busy cooking up some new music for his upcoming album that is expected to be released later this year.

Dagdrome in Suburbia (Daydreaming in Suburbia) will consist of 10 tracks that he and some of his friends recorded.

It follows their observations of life in the suburbs.

In the album, Van Coke sings about being in his 30s, being South African; a “problem”; father and a lover.

Four of the tracks in the album were recorded at the Red Bull Music Studios in the City Centre last week.

The album is produced by Fred den Hartog, Theo Crous and Rudolf Willemse with Crous, Dane Taylor and Jurgen von Wechmar mixing most of the tracks. “I wrote a bunch of songs with a number of people too; my band (Die Gevaar), Ricky Rick, Karen Zoid and Danie du Toit, among others,” he said.

After the initial Francois van Coke & Vriende Concert in Pretoria September last year, he decided to bring the concert to Cape Town in October. “The reception of Francois van Coke & Vriende was unbelievable, it had to be brought home. Doing the show in Cape Town was really ‘sick’ because it is tough putting on a big rock and roll event in Cape Town. It was a massive success and hopefully we will do it again in the future,” Van Coke said.

He will release the new album in October and the launch will take place in Pretoria and plans to tour the whole country for the launch.

Afrikaans music sensation, Francios van Coke has been busy cooking up some new music for his upcoming album that is expected to be released later this year.

Dagdrome in Suburbia (Daydreaming in Suburbia) will consist of 10 tracks that he and some of his friends recorded.

It follows their observations of life in the suburbs.

In the album, Van Coke sings about being in his 30s, being South African; a “problem”; father and a lover.

Four of the tracks in the album were recorded at the Red Bull Music Studios in the City Centre last week.The album is produced by Fred den Hartog, Theo Crous and Rudolf Willemse with Crous, Dane Taylor and Jurgen von Wechmar mixing most of the tracks. “I wrote a bunch of songs with a number of people too; my band (Die Gevaar), Ricky Rick, Karen Zoid and Danie du Toit, among others,” he said.

After the initial Francois van Coke & Vriende Concert in Pretoria September last year, he decided to bring the concert to Cape Town in October. “The reception of Francois van Coke & Vriende was unbelievable, it had to be brought home. Doing the show in Cape Town was really ‘sick’ because it is tough putting on a big rock and roll event in Cape Town. It was a massive success and hopefully we will do it again in the future,” Van Coke said.

He will release the new album in October and the launch will take place in Pretoria and plans to tour the whole country for the launch.

Afrikaans music sensation, Francios van Coke has been busy cooking up some new music for his upcoming album that is expected to be released later this year.

Dagdrome in Suburbia (Daydreaming in Suburbia) will consist of 10 tracks that he and some of his friends recorded.

It follows their observations of life in the suburbs.

In the album, Van Coke sings about being in his 30s, being South African; a “problem”; father and a lover.

Four of the tracks in the album were recorded at the Red Bull Music Studios in the City Centre last week.

The album is produced by Fred den Hartog, Theo Crous and Rudolf Willemse with Crous, Dane Taylor and Jurgen von Wechmar mixing most of the tracks. “I wrote a bunch of songs with a number of people too; my band (Die Gevaar), Ricky Rick, Karen Zoid and Danie du Toit, among others,” he said.

After the initial Francois van Coke & Vriende Concert in Pretoria September last year, he decided to bring the concert to Cape Town in October.

“The reception of Francois van Coke & Vriende was unbelievable, it had to be brought home. Doing the show in Cape Town was really ‘sick’ because it is tough putting on a big rock and roll event in Cape Town. It was a massive success and hopefully we will do it again in the future,” Van Coke said. He will release the new album in October and the launch will take place in Pretoria and plans to tour the whole country for the launch.

Afrikaans music sensation, Francios van Coke has been busy cooking up some new music for his upcoming album that is expected to be released later this year.

Dagdrome in Suburbia (Daydreaming in Suburbia) will consist of 10 tracks that he and some of his friends recorded.

It follows their observations of life in the suburbs.

In the album, Van Coke sings about being in his 30s, being South African; a “problem”; father and a lover.

Four of the tracks in the album were recorded at the Red Bull Music Studios in the City Centre last week.The album is produced by Fred den Hartog, Theo Crous and Rudolf Willemse with Crous, Dane Taylor and Jurgen von Wechmar mixing most of the tracks. “I wrote a bunch of songs with a number of people too; my band (Die Gevaar), Ricky Rick, Karen Zoid and Danie du Toit, among others,” he said.

After the initial Francois van Coke & Vriende Concert in Pretoria September last year, he decided to bring the concert to Cape Town in October. “The reception of Francois van Coke & Vriende was unbelievable, it had to be brought home. Doing the show in Cape Town was really ‘sick’ because it is tough putting on a big rock and roll event in Cape Town. It was a massive success and hopefully we will do it again in the future,” Van Coke said.

He will release the new album in October and the launch will take place in Pretoria and plans to tour the whole country for the launch.

Afrikaans music sensation, Francios van Coke has been busy cooking up some new music for his upcoming album that is expected to be released later this year.

Dagdrome in Suburbia (Daydreaming in Suburbia) will consist of 10 tracks that he and some of his friends recorded.

It follows their observations of life in the suburbs. In the album, Van Coke sings about being in his 30s, being South African; a “problem”; father and a lover.

Four of the tracks in the album were recorded at the Red Bull Music Studios in the City Centre last week. The album is produced by Fred den Hartog, Theo Crous and Rudolf Willemse with Crous, Dane Taylor and Jurgen von Wechmar mixing most of the tracks. “I wrote a bunch of songs with a number of people too; my band (Die Gevaar), Ricky Rick, Karen Zoid and Danie du Toit, among others,” he said.

After the initial Francois van Coke & Vriende Concert in Pretoria September last year, he decided to bring the concert to Cape Town in October.

“The reception of Francois van Coke & Vriende was unbelievable, it had to be brought home.

Doing the show in Cape Town was really ‘sick’ because it is tough putting on a big rock and roll event in Cape Town. It was a massive success and hopefully we will do it again in the future,” Van Coke said.

He will release the new album in October and the launch will take place in Pretoria and plans to tour the whole country for the launch.

Afrikaans music sensation, Francios van Coke has been busy cooking up some new music for his upcoming album that is expected to be released later this year.

Dagdrome in Suburbia (Daydreaming in Suburbia) will consist of 10 tracks that he and some of his friends recorded.

It follows their observations of life in the suburbs.

In the album, Van Coke sings about being in his 30s, being South African; a “problem”; father and a lover.

Four of the tracks in the album were recorded at the Red Bull Music Studios in the City Centre last week.

The album is produced by Fred den Hartog, Theo Crous and Rudolf Willemse with Crous, Dane Taylor and Jurgen von Wechmar mixing most of the tracks. “I wrote a bunch of songs with a number of people too; my band (Die Gevaar), Ricky Rick, Karen Zoid and Danie du Toit, among others,” he said.

After the initial Francois van Coke & Vriende Concert in Pretoria September last year, he decided to bring the concert to Cape Town in October. “The reception of Francois van Coke & Vriende was unbelievable, it had to be brought home. Doing the show in Cape Town was really ‘sick’ because it is tough putting on a big rock and roll event in Cape Town. It was a massive success and hopefully we will do it again in the future,” Van Coke said.

He will release the new album in October and the launch will take place in Pretoria and plans to tour the whole country for the launch.

Afrikaans music sensation, Francios van Coke has been busy cooking up some new music for his upcoming album that is expected to be released later this year.

Dagdrome in Suburbia (Daydreaming in Suburbia) will consist of 10 tracks that he and some of his friends recorded.It follows their observations of life in the suburbs.In the album, Van Coke sings about being in his 30s, being South African; a “problem”; father and a lover.

Four of the tracks in the album were recorded at the Red Bull Music Studios in the City Centre last week.

The album is produced by Fred den Hartog, Theo Crous and Rudolf Willemse with Crous, Dane Taylor and Jurgen von Wechmar mixing most of the tracks. “I wrote a bunch of songs with a number of people too; my band (Die Gevaar), Ricky Rick, Karen Zoid and Danie du Toit, among others,” he said.

After the initial Francois van Coke & Vriende Concert in Pretoria September last year, he decided to bring the concert to Cape Town in October. “The reception of Francois van Coke & Vriende was unbelievable, it had to be brought home. Doing the show in Cape Town was really ‘sick’ because it is tough putting on a big rock and roll event in Cape Town. It was a massive success and hopefully we will do it again in the future,” Van Coke said.

He will release the new album in October and the launch will take place in Pretoria and plans to tour the whole country for the launch.

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