The track is a forerunner to the ‘Apricosa’ EP out in summer – the band continue their message of positivity, laced with indie-disco vibes and breezy indie-pop melodies.

The band say: “Apricosa expresses our desire to come together, our metaphor for ease and our wish to dance again in the here and now.

Apricosa is a journey, our own journey to discover the more electronic and disco side of Kytes. We feel great freedom exploring new styles and nuances. 
We’re challenging ourselves not to be repetitive and to always be open to unexpected turns. That’s how our own little version of indie music evolves”.

“We were lucky enough to work together with very creative individuals. Kevin Nowak is the art director of the EP. He came up with a lot of good ideas and concepts for visuals and artworks. 

Michael Wong is the photographer and did an outstanding job on the press photos. 

Also a shout out to Sabrina Reuschl who is a fantastic make-up artist.  The musical vibe of “Apricosa” needed to be transported in the visuals. The colors had to be happy, in a summer vibe, but also a litte un-human, to stress the electronic side of it.

We wanted to play with the word “Apricosa” – it’s our little art term but obviously connects with an apricot.  

Also we wanted to try something totally new, so the idea to work with make up felt really fresh. We’re really happy with the outcome and hope you enjoy it too.” The group states

KYTES sold out European tour, more than 60 million streams, more than 
30 million plays on Tiktok and a #1 chart position on Hype Machine is testament to the undeniable talent of Michael Spieler, Timothy Lush, Kerim Öke and 
Thomas Sedlacek. The band continues to captivate with a clutch of new releases and a series of shows across Germany, Austria & Switzerland
 starting this summer in August 2022. 

Drawing on a myriad of influences ranging from 80s inspired pop, indie and disco, the band are renowned for their peppy-paced songwriting, infectious melodies and stand out live performances.

Live dates:


Aug 30 Wiesbaden – Schlachthof

Aug 31 Köln – Stollwerk (upgrade)

Sep 01 Berlin – Columbia Theater (upgrade)

Sep 02 Braunschweig – Kulturzelt

Sep 03 München – Tonhalle

Sep 05 Frankfurt – Zoom

Sep 06 Nürnberg – Z-Bau

Sep 07 Hamburg – Übel & Gefährlich (uprade)

Sep 08 Hannover – Indie Glocksee

Sep 09 Oberhausen – Gdanska

Sep 14 Wien (AU) – Arena (upgrade)

Sep 16 Ulm – Roxy (upgrade)

Sep 20 Dresden – Groovestation

Sep 21 Leipzig – UT Connewitz Sep

24 Zürich (CH) – Dynamo