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September 17, 2019
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Faithless – Live HD farewell gig

The concert will be broadcast live, via satellite, from London’s Brixton O2 Academy, on Saturday, at an early hour (00:30am), at The Light Cinema in Bucharest.

After 15 incredible years, which started with the single Salva Mea, Faithless – dance music pioneers Rollo, Maxi Jazz and Sister Bliss – will end their musical journey at the Brixton O2 Academy.

The concert will be the first dance music event of its kind to be beamed live, via satellite, in cinemas across Europe – on this occasion, Faithless fans from all over Europe will have a chance to spend one last night with the band which defined an age.

The Brixton concert will be filmed using the latest high-definition technology and will be broadcast live in the cinemas, where Faithless fans will be able to enjoy this show in 5.1 surround, in what is bound to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Boasting a huge amount of singles, including their trademark songs Insomnia, God Is a DJ, We Come1, and over 15 million records sold, Faithless is one of those rare bands which can turn Brixton O2 into a place as cosy as the clubs where they launched their unmistakable style. The last Faithless concert will take it to the next level and will be broadcast live in cinemas in the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Estonia, Latvia and Romania.

After three platinum records for best album, six UK Gold Certified albums, including “No Roots”, which was an instant No.1 in UK charts, and their latest album “The Dance No Roots” (2010), which climbed to No. 2, six singles which made it into the Top 10 and an impressive body of remixes and collaborations, Faithless left their indelible mark on dance music.

Announcing the split, Maxi Jazz confessed: “We’ve had, with our fans, the most unbelievable, epic and moving experience, stretching over years and tens of thousands of miles. Joyful, exhilarating and empowering, we never for a moment thought an affair could last this long.”

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