Sinplus comprise brothers Ivan and Gabriel Broggini, and if you’re like me, you’ll remember them from the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012, where they represented their native Switzerland in the first semi final with the song, ‘Unbreakable’. But even if you’re not like me, you’ll nonetheless be impressed to know that Sinplus won an MTV Award as best Swiss Act, as well as a nomination for Best European Act. Sinplus’ latest single, ‘Dreams’, was released in April, and its radio friendly sound, with delightfully close sibling harmonies, should well see it played on radio stations across the UK and US.
Sinplus have supported the likes of Roxette, Human League, Jimmy Eat World, and Daughtry, and their sound is an alt-pop/rock style, something akin to 30 Seconds To Mars, and U2. ‘Dreams’ is their fifth single release, and follows on hard from their two albums, ‘Up To Me’ (2014), and last year’s ‘This Is What We Are’. The duo reached gold status in Switzerland with 2016’s ‘Tienini Forte’ (written for the European Gymnastic Championship), and their power ballad ‘You And I’, featuring LA singer Mickey Shiloh, out last year.
Sinplus spent a considerable time during 2017 recording in Berlin, Copenhagen, and LA, and are now focusing their efforts on the UK and US markets.
You can see Sinplus live in the UK at The Isle Of Wight Festival where they’ll be performing on the Platform One Stage. Tickets are available here. Sinplus will also be performing on July 4 at The Camden Assembly, with all proceeds going to War Child UK. Tickets and further information are available here.