All Shall Be Well, from Haarlem (the Netherlands), play instrumental, cinematic music. They build on themes, thresh out their melodies and look for unsuspected harmonies. Their music is highly associative; they liken their music to stories rather than songs.
After their debut record ROODBLAUW (2011) and sophomore album BLAUWGEEL (2014), the band’s latest project revolves around interpreting the works of classical composers such as Ludwig von Beethoven and Edvard Grieg and remaking them into new arrangements and compositions fit for a band line-up with guitars, drums and bass. The resulting EP, GEELZWART, was released late 2016.
All Shall Be Well have taken their music across many borders in Europe (including Germany, Denmark, Norway, Italy and Belgium) and China. At live performances their image projections visualise their music, adding a deeper layer to their stories.
The band sees transparency as a great virtue; they release all their music through the Creative Commons, making it accessible for all to experience, share and create endless renditions.
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Bas / Jeroen / Niels / Vincent / Wouter