Guano Apes are out with the music video to their new single ‘Oh What A Night’, off the German alternative rock group’s upcoming album ‘Bel Air’, out April 12th on Columbia Records. The single is out March 18th. Watch via YouTube below.
Former Guano Apes singer Sandra Nasic is out with the video to her debut solo single ‘Fever’, from her upcoming release ‘The Signal’, out September 28th via G.U.N./Supersonic Records. Watch it in Real video format here.
Guano Apes guitarist Henning Rümenapp has posted a message on the group’s web site explaining the band’s decision to go their separate ways following the completion of their upcoming German tour in support of the just-released “best of” CD, ‘Planet of the Apes’. His message reads as follows: “I’ve been reading the guestbook a lot recently and saw many different opinions and emotions, I can only write and speak for myself, but I want you to know that I understand how sad, angry and disappointed you are.
Germany’s Guano Apes have posted the video for the track ‘Quietly’ on their official web site. ‘Quietly’ is the latest single off their current album, ‘Walking On A Thin Line’, which is scheduled to be released on July 21st. Watch it via YouTube below.
Guano Apes have been forced to cancel their UK tour after frontwoman Sandra Nasic was taken ill during the band’s tour opener in Sheffield. The group posted the following message on their official website: “Hi folks, on this tour, bad luck seems to follow. First we had to put off the dates for our last month’s gigs in Holland because Sandra had a bad flu she now fell ill again.
“During our first tour gig in Sheffield/UK, Sandra had an omphalocele. She could finish the show but afterwards had to get to the hospital immediately. The next day she had to fly back to Germany for further examination.
Blabbermouth.net reports Guano Apes will release their next single, ‘Pretty In Scarlet’, on April 7th. The track comes off the group’s latest CD, ‘Walking On A Thin Line’, which entered the German Media Control charts at position #1. The band’s previous CD, ‘Don’t Give Me Names’, achieved the same feat three years ago. The band have yet to secure a U.S. release for the album.