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Little foretaste of our debut album

With the help of lots of beautiful people, great artists and musicians we produced our first debut album in autumn 2021. We recorded eight songs in four different studios, some even with choir and string quartett. The Artwork is made by three awesome young painters we met in the Bildungspark where we used to have our rehearsal space. The album will be released on first of july.

We are really excited and looking forward to it!!

Pre-save „Don´t Stop Loving The World“


On June 3rd we release our new single „Don´t Stop Loving The World“

Don´t forget to pre-save it on Spotify.

Klick on the single cover for the link:

Sunrise, surfboards, salt on the lips…

The folk-pop duo “Nobutthefrog” from Nuremberg has dedicated itself to music and travel. More than half of the year they live in the van and play in the streets of Europe and other special places. In Ireland’s dimly lit pubs or on the colourful Mediterranean markets between fragrant spices, fresh fish and the sweet fruits of the south or on the trembling slope of the smoking Etna crater.

With their characteristic two-part singing, the Irish-tinged, unusual-sounding violin and the rhythmic acoustic guitar, the band hits the nerve of today: the longing for nature, the taste of salt water on the lips, glowing sunrises and endless freedom.

The new album “Rhythm Of Your Soul” takes the listener on a journey to the coasts of Europe and meets musically the strong longing for the sea and the unconditional desire to be inspired by other cultures and views of life .

Characteristic are the two-part singing with equal lead voices and the unconventional sounding violin, which runs like a red thread through the songs. Dramaturgically accompanied by strings and choral movements, in order to do justice to the spectacular impressions that the duo gained on their European tour.

The handmade songs tell, among other things, of a typical rainy day in Ireland with a wild ocean and its warm-hearted people. Snow-covered mountains which rise from the turquoise waters of the Calabrian coast. And a love story on the white sandy beaches of Sardinia. The mood of the individual pieces is as ambivalent as the sea itself: sometimes calm and dreamy, sometimes exuberant and cheerful, sometimes rough, impetuous and wild.

— "Don´t Stop Loving The World"