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Hungarian Rock Band Dirty Slippers Release First Track 'Wide Open' From Upcoming Album


By Stevie Connor.



Dity Slippers are the four piece indie pop/rock band originally hailing from Budapest who following their musical success are making the move to London. The band is made up of Lazar Lobo-Szaloky on vocals and guitars, Bebi Ferenczi on drums, Dominik Felleg on bass and Daniel Vikukel on keyboards.


To date, the band’s music has gained more than 1.8 Million views on Youtube and over 100k streams on Spotify alone. The band’s debut entirely English single of ‘Honest Kid’ which was released in February 2023 has already amassed over 41K streams on Spotify and received much praise.


Dirty Slippers have very recently recorded a new 10 track English speaking album with Grammy-nominated producer Tim Palmer (U2, Bon Jovi and Goo Goo Dolls).


The first offering from the album is the ultimate rock masterpiece of ‘Wide Open’. The track is a straight off the bat rock'n'roll anthem for the masses, with its rhythmic drumming, interspersed with mesmerizing guitar hooks, and crystal clear stand alone vocals, worthy of stadium sized status.


The band have said of the inspiration behind the track, “‘Wide Open’ is a motivational hymn for the youth in a modern world, when everything is much harder, the people are more aggressive and the daily problems in our life are even worse. It's a story of a person whose life is hampered by many difficulties and he often feels that everything and everyone has conspired against him. But despite this, he fights like a one man army for his dreams, to find happiness and the meaning and mission of his life.”



TOUR DATES

19. August - Mezőkovácsháza, City Festival - Hungary

20. August - Barcs, City Days - Hungary

26. August - Arad, Wine Festival - Romania

27. August - Győr, Wine and History Days - Hungary

4. September - Southampton - The Attic - UK

5. September - London, Hope and Anchor - UK





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