Swiss pop-punk band All To Get Her released an acoustic version of their song “Disaster”. The original track is off of their debut album ‘Cheesecakes And Earthquakes’, but they decided to do this re-imagined version to expose another side of their songwriting.
About the acoustic version, vocalist/guitarist Tom Ebnöther stated:
“We make music from our hearts and we do this to reach also the hearts of other people. With this acoustic version off our latest record, we wanna expose all these emotions and make it perceptible for everyone out there. Let’s get more intimate, closer and purer. Let’s get to know one another in a completely different way. It means a lot to us to disclose you this side of our band and we hope to touch you.”
The original version of “Disaster” is an energetic tune with mosh-worthy melodies that was featured on Spotify’s New Punk Tracks and Pop Punk’s Not Dead playlists. In the re-imagined version, the band transforms the single into a gorgeous, tender ballad allowing you to hear an entire new level of harmonies that you might have otherwise missed. The video was created by Marc Signer at Stardust Visuals while the track was produced, recorded, and mixed by Mack Schildknecht at Mackmusic and mastered by Dan Suter at Echochamber.
The band officially formed in 2011 with Andrea Viciconte (vocals/guitar), Silvan Truniger (drums), Eduardo Duft (bass) and Tom Ebnöther (lead guitar). In November of 2015, they went to Stuttgart in Germany for two weeks to record their debut EP ‘Red Carpet’, which led to opportunities to open for Four Year Strong, ROAM, Stand Atlantic, and their childhood heroes Zebrahead. Then, in 2017, they won the Waldbühne-Contest against over 200 other bands and were able to play at one of Switzerland’s biggest festivals Gurtenfestival. After appearances on radio shows all over Switzerland and Germany, the band released their debut full-length album ‘Cheesecakes And Earthquakes’ in 2019.
All To Get Her is all about having a good time. Their shows are bouncing, sweaty parties that are designed to get you moving, but behind the raucous music, there are real emotions and feelings.
Photo Credit: Marc Signer