Telquist Offer Us A ‘Taste’ With New Video

Telquist is the solo project of Sebastian Eggerbauer. The permanent live line-up includes Christoph Hundhammer (guitar, keys), Thomas Huck (bass) and Max Gerisch (drums).

Telquist’s latest single, ‘Taste’, comes with a music video which shows the group underwater yet somehow still able to perform and  go about their everyday business, having beers, chatting, just having a good time…just…under water.

Sebastian’s vocals are laid back and the lyrics are quite humorous at times – you get the feeling that he’s a fun dude to hang around with, and it certainly seems the case in the video.

The instrumentals for ‘Taste’ are equally laid back, with guitar so relaxed it might well go to sleep, and gentle percussion which keeps time but only as much as it needs to.

Telquist are making a name for themselves and have toured support for the likes of Catfish & The Bottlemen, Kodaline, Wallows and The Japanese House. They also played their own headline tour throughout Germany.

You can find out more about Telquist – and I recommend you do – online on  Facebook and Instagram. Listen to more of their music on Spotify. Watch the video for ‘Taste’ below.

Telquist - Taste (official video)

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