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Aaden "Birds Are Us"
Birds Are Us
  • Performed By: Aaden
  • Album: Home
  • Album UPC: 889211361878
  • Album ID: aaden3
  • Label: Moving Magnet Records
  • CD Baby Account: CDB03756051
  • CD Baby Track ID: TR0001238272
  • ISRC: uscgh1538454
  • Released: 04/10/15

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Aaden has managed to strike a balance between the traditional and personal Singer/Songwriter genre and the nowadays more appealing Pop music.


Aaden is the band project of Mayence Singer/Songwriter Patrick Beiling. The guitarist and singer has spent much time venturing into various music styles and playing in different bands when in 2007, he returned to his beginnings - publishing his debut album „Stop Taking And Start Giving“ in 2009.

On stage AADEN looks very variable. Solo, GuitarDuo, full Bandaction or supported by a Stringtrio is everything possible and common.
The music paints a vivid picture, sometimes full of joy and euphoria and sometimes filled with a melancholic serenity. The song lyrics span from culturally spirited to socially critical, from everyday life to the bizarre and peculiar, but they always come from a personal place.

The instrumentation of Aaden's live music as well as studio recordings is as diverse as its lyrical content. Classical Singer/Songwriter guitar and rich vocals are accompanied by cello, trumpet, piano, chimes and various percussion instruments including drums. Their live performances are always something to look forward to.

The upcoming album "HOME" will first see the light of day on April 10, 2015.
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