It is already the end of Turbolens.
Bo Madsen, the longtime guitarist in Mew, formed the unusual band with students from Bernadotteskolen in Hellerup for a couple of years ago - in the evening give the farewell concert at the venue the Cecil Hotel in Copenhagen.
It explains Bo Madsen in a press release, where he among other things writes:
'the Children have been great, I R grown up and we turn and turn us and everything it will change. The journey with the children has been instructive. And these learnings will be carried on but not as music.
Turbolens has always been a personal project that was about to express and understand his feelings. But it has just as much been a journey to childhood and the imagination, freedom and play that characterizes us as small. Joy and immediacy, where the journey is the goal and error R gifts that expands and fertilizes the world. For me R the kids precious teachers, we must take care.'
Turbolens reached to appear in among others the Roskilde Festival, Spot Festival, as well as in DR's concert hall.
the Group released two ep's and a string of singles - the last, 'Your song', was released today.
Turbolens appeared also on the Peter Sommer's latest album, 'Loved to dream, dream of love'.
Bo Madsen left the Mew card before a concert at the Roskilde Festival in 2015. He was to form a successful band in Hellerup, denmark in 1995.
There are still tickets for parting with the Turbolens at the Cecil Hotel in the evening.
Turbolens on stage during the event P6 Beat Rocker Koncerthuset in the beginning of the year. Photo: Per Lange