As an energetic live band, PASSEPARTOUT doesn't just knock hip-hop heads out of their sneakers. The crew from Hanover brings real instruments with stable raps and catchy hooks to the stages of festivals and concert halls.
Party and wanderlust are equally at the center of content as are political and social issues and injustices. With their German-French texts they campaign for cosmopolitanism and a solidarity community.
Whether in front of thousands of people in sold-out halls or as a guerrilla action in the shopping streets - what counts is the crowd and the concentrated energy. On stage, the musicians merge into one unit: every part interlocks and the crowd pulls with them. The crew has already conquered festivals like the Lunatic and the Open Flair and played support shows for Sunrise Avenue and the Guano Apes. PASSEPARTOUT also delivers thick bass, organic melodies and sophisticated rhymes in the studio: their debut album "Kiosque" was released in 2016, followed by the new single "Bulli" in 2020: the song is a declaration of love for the loyal vehicle, the associated adventures in distance.