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Formosa released new music video “Fuck Up Your Liver”

by Vedrana Dobrić
Formosa

German hard rockers Formosa have graced the world with a new music video for “Fuck Up Your Liver”. The track was taken from their upcoming album “Sorry For Being Sexy.”

German hard rock trio Formosa got their start in Essen, Germany in 2015. Nik Bird (bass and vocals), Nik Beer (guitars), and Paris Jay (drums) make up the fun-loving and entertaining group. It only took a year of shows and practicing to release their debut album, “Tight And Sexy” in 2016. Now they have a new album coming out for their fans.

“Sorry For Being Sexy” is set to release on the 2nd of March. But to keep everyone excited, Formosa released a music video for their single “Fuck Up Your Liver”. The song was digitally releasen through Spotify, iTunes, and Deezer on the 7th of this month. Five days later, the guys let out the music video for the same track and it looks like it was a good amount of fun to make. “The video has it all: beershowering, a cucumber as a drumstick and stage-diving deluxe.” Check it out below!

The 33-date campaign begins in March and will be in support of band’s second studio album “Sorry For Being Sexy”. Check out the dates below and don’t miss their show because the fun is guaranteed with Formosa!

28.2. Dortmund (Blackend) Unplugged
1.3. Essen (Südrock) Unplugged
2.3. Essen (Café Nova)
3.3. Antwerpen, BE (Rocking Bull)
9.3. Erlangen (Gummi Wörner)
10.3. Budapest, HU (S8 Underground)
11.3. Pula, HR – TBA
12.3. Zadar, HR (D8 Rock Cafe)
13.3. Split, HR (Klub Kocka)
14.3. Mostar, BIH (Duradžik)
15.3. Podgorica, MNE (Sketch Bar)
16.3. Mitrovica, RKS (Krim Klub)
17.3. Skopje, MKD (Rock C. Shadows)
19.3. Pale, BIH (Undergrounder Artman)
20.3. Tuzla, BIH (BKC Klub)
21.3. Osijek, HR (Danđn Bar)
22.3. Vercelli, IT (Officine Sonore)
23.3. Pontinvrea, IT (Beer Room)
24.3. Innsbruck, AU (Prometheus)
6.4. Eernegem, BE (B52)
7.4. Namur, BE (Pub Factoy)
13.4. Ulm (Studentencafé)
20.4. Hamburg (Lehmitz)
28.4. Karlsruhe (Z10)
9.5. Lippstadt (Güterbahnhof)
11.5. Dortmund (Blackend)
12.5. Oberhausen (Crowded-House)
18.5. Singen (Blaues Haus)
19.5. Offenburg (Stud)
25.5. Breda, NL (Café de Speeltuin)
26.5. Essen (Don’t Panic)
5.7. Karlsruhe (Am Roten Platz)
27.7. Karlsruhe (Privat Show)

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