Last Day Deaf is excited to announce that is the Media Partner for the 12th April live appearance of the alternative rock duo from Athens, Greece Katrin The Thrill. This live gig will be the perfect “analgesic” for the post-Easter hangover, so if around don’t miss to visit FAUST Bar-Theatre-Arts this Thursday!

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Katrin The Thrill – Bio

The story behind the music: Katerina Panopoulou started creating music as a teenager with friends, and that’s when she got the bug. One year later when the fledgling band broke up, she got herself her first electric guitar and wrote her own songs.

In 2001 she moved to England to study music. Two years later, back in Greece she teamed up with guitarist Gina Dimakopoulou, violinist Katerina Michailidi, bassist Iakovos Siaparinas, drummer Dimitris Panagiotopoulos and formed the band Dementia Praecox. After many live performances, she moved to London to further her studies. During her stay in London, she performed as a solo acoustic artist.  In 2007 under the indissoluble name Katrin the Thrill, she participated in the Coca Cola Soundwave competition and won a place among the 5 best music acts. The video clip of the song “If You Believe in Dreams” was shot and the track was included in the “Music on the Coke side of Life” compilation. For the next 2 years Katrin the Thrill performed in Greece at Terra Vibe, Gagarin 205, Vrachon Theater, European Music Day, Bios, Athens Gay Pride, Festival Against Racism,Indie Free Festival and was the opening act for Manic Street Preachers, GregDulli and Electrelane.

In 2009, following the devastating fires that swept through Greece, as well as many other places around the world, the concept for “Earth Is Calling Us” EP was devised, and the need to take action and help reforestation was fully realized. In December 2010, “Earth Is Calling Us” was released as her first solo project with Gina on guitar, Maria Roka on bass and Tolis Toleas on drums. The EP is dedicated to the earth and the environment and part of the proceeds goes towards the reforestation of the burned forests of Greece. In January 2012 the first reforestation was successfully completed.

In December 2011, after eight months of intensive studio work, her new album was ready to be released, but an unfortunate event postponed everything; at the last minute the record label deal broke down and all production costs needed to be covered for the album to see the light of day. A successful Indiegogo online campaign was organized, and Katrin’s fans raised over $2,000 to bring her unique vision, “Evil Eye Charm” to reality.In September 2012, her new album “Evil Eye Charm” was released and gained outstanding reviews.