The reunited German band GUANO APES played the second show of its comeback tour last night (Saturday, May 30) at Universiada Hall in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Video footage of the performance can be viewed below.
The group's setlist was as follows:
01. You Can't Stop Me
02. Money & Milk
04. Do It Again (SANDRA NASIC solo track)
05. Open Your Eyes
06. Pretty in Scarlet
08. Candy Love
12. Break the Line
14. Hives Song (new song)
15. Scratch the Pitch
16. Sorry (SANDRA NASIC solo track)
17. Sing That Song
18. Big in Japan (ALPHAVILLE cover)
19. Sugar Skin
20. All I Wanna Do
21. Lords of the Boards
GUANO APES was one of Germany's most successful bands both domestically and abroad for more than a decade. In 2000, the band won the MTV Award for "Best German Act" and went on to win countless other awards, including the Echo, the Viva Comet, the 1LIVE Krone and the IFPI award for over one million sales of the APES' debut, "Proud Like a God". All three of the band's studio albums attained gold status, while their singles landed regularly in the Top 10 of the German charts.
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