Although the namesake frontman of Gergő Dánielfy and the Travellers has been around the music industry for quite a while, his work on the scene with the Travellers does not go so far back, and their fine career has taken off relatively quickly, as the group are planning to release their third full-length album early in 2022. In addition to hearing the more party-like, more assertive and at the same time more honest Szimpla vágyak (Simple desires), the Müpa Budapest audience will also get a distillation of the first two LPs.
Gergő Dánielfy, whose roots are in Debrecen, has long been attracted to the stage. He made his debut in a talent search competition at the age of fifteen, and a few years later, in 2016, he also made it into the live broadcast of X-Faktor. But it was only upward from here, in part because in 2017 he found himself seduced by another world of the theatre and started to study acting, and also in part because 2018 saw him reach the finals of the A Dal ("The Song") competition, which earned him its D...iscovery of the Year award. That was also the year when he founded the Travellers, which combined elements of an acoustic sound and folk pop, often interspersed with elements of traditional folk music. Their 2018 debut album was followed by 2020's poppier and more varied Ismeretlen (Unknown). Meanwhile, the group was regularly playing live shows - in 2019 they performed their hit song Elmegyek, elmegyek (I'm leaving, I'm leaving) in front of a total of 20,000 viewers. Their third album, Szimpla vágyak, set for release in 2022, reveals another side of this band. For the record release, the new album will be whisked into a rich world of sound, accompanied by winds and strings, and the songs of the first three albums will even be bundled into a single bouquet. So often we find that intentions, people, and even entire worlds pass right by each other. But how could this be, and why, if the intentions are good and - most importantly - identical? These are the kind of questions Gergő Dánielfy and the Travellers are looking for answers to.
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