Global pop with a meaning - that's Il Civetto. Ever since the release of their in 2015, the fan base of Il Civetto has grown steadily. Word has got around that Il Civetto concerts are rousing and magical, an ecstatic modern musical experience, never too brute, always danceable - in a concert hall, just like on record. After several tours in Germany with a total of more than 300 concerts, appearances at MS Dockville, the Fusion Festival, Montreux Jazz Festival, the 3000°, or at the Anti-G20 Protests in Hamburg, the band now inspires an international audience from Istanbul to Copenhagen. Il Civetto's journey began using guerrilla tactics in the Berlin subway in 2010: Playing in the train and shaking the wagon. Bribing the securities with kebab to play longer. Growing up in Berlin's club scene with appearances in Kater Holzig, Ritter Butzke, or Sisyphos, the band scores an impressive success story. And now album number two: Facing The Wall. Written in Morocco, Greece, and Andalusia, sung in English, German, and French, recorded in Berlin - Il Civetto have carried their ecstatic-magical playground from the stage to the studio a second time with great attention to detail. The dreamy lightness of the self-titled debut album has given way to hard reality: Facing The Wall is a deeply touching fragment of our time. The expression of a generation in upheaval, searching. An album between euphoria and melancholy - wallowing, sweating, dancing - with a tingling belly and wide-open eyes. Il Civetto have become more serious, somehow more real, and yet have retained their very own, characteristic sound. Deeply touching, always danceable. "Geld Essen" and Karussell feature Twistah.