Eau Rouge SHARES ‘I Know That You Know’

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Indie-rock trio Eau Rouge have dropped their incredible new single titled “I Know That You Know.” The track is now available to stream on all major streaming platforms!

Alongside the release, the band also shared a music video for the song which can be seen below;

“I Know That You Know” focusses on the highly relatable topic of knowing that the end of the relationship that you are in is near. It’s just not working out and everyone that is involved knows it. Whilst it isn’t the most happy of situations to be singing about, Eau Rouge have made it light-hearted with their indie style and cheerful vibes. The music video also reflects this cheerful attitude which undoubtedly bring the song to life.

When talking about the track, the band says;

“Yes, with its upbeat guitar-lick, ‘I KNOW THAT YOU KNOW’ makes you wanna get into the convertible and have a road trip down that open street shown on the cover artwork of the single. Look at the picture behind it and you see everything comes at a price. Both shots taken in the Middle East. Still, Jonas Bo and Magnus don’t take themselves too seriously in the music video and let down the masquerade. Because they know that you know what’s behind it anyway.

Eau Rouge are originally from Stuttgart and currently based in Berlin. They consist of Jonas Teryuco (Vocals, Guitar, Keys and Bass), Bo Zillmann (Guitar, Vocals, Bass and Keys) and Magnus Frey (Drums and Percussion). Their music style is highly influenced by some of the biggest names in the music indutry such as; Arctic Monkeys, Bilderbuch, Phoenix and Arcade Fire.

Their ones to keep your eye on when it comes to seeing live. They have performed at some of the biggest festivals across Europe including Lollapalooza Berlin, SXSW and The Great Escape. They’ve also done their fair share of headline tours all over the world.

“I Know That You Know” is definitely a track worth listening to! For more updates, you can follow Eau Rouge on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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