Pale Male & Cold Bath in concert for Ibis Music

There are IBIS hotels all over the world, including in Geneva. And from now on everything in the hotels revolves around music with the launch of IBIS MUSIC, a music programme platform with up-and-coming artists from each city – discovered in cooperation with Spotify. Let’s meet on Friday, June 7th at the Ibis Genève Centre Nations to listen to two local talents: Pale Male and Cold Bath. 

Listening to music via your iPhone or laptop is great. Listening to live music is even better. Ibis hotels now combine both and for this very first concert in Geneva, two amazing local artists have been selected. 

Pale Male aka Fantin Moreno is an author, composer and interpreter. He essentially performed in Europe in solo acoustic concerts or with his band. He has been inspired by artists such as Bruce Springsteen or Coldplay and mixes folk, rock and pop. His first album was released in 2018 on Spotify. 

Cold Bath on the other hand clearly plays indie pop. The music band has released its first album “Something Left” at the beginning of 2019 and is inspired by indie and afro-punk rhythms but the band also plays college rock music.  If you like the Red Hot, Jack White or Pink Floyd, you will for sure enjoy Cold Bath. 

Both local talents are expecting you on June 7th at 7pm at the Ibis Genève Centre Nations for an acoustic concert. The perfect way to end a long week at work and while we’re all waiting for this special event, you can always listen to Ibis Music.

Friday, June 7th at 7pm

Ibis Genève Centre Nations
Rue du Grand Pre 33-35, 1201 Geneva
Price: 10CHF
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