Luka Šulić and Stjepan Hauser, better known as 2CELLOS, will announce their new studio album, Let There Be Cello (Sony Music Masterworks / Menart) this fall. After the album Score (2017), on which the duo “caught” cult film compositions, Let There Be Cello will explore a wider and diverse catalog in which the accent will be on their performance that always breaks the boundaries.
“We’ve always said that we want to break the boundaries” 2Cellos says, “this album shows it. We found inspiration on various sides, from pop hits to timeless, classical music, from classic rock to film music. This album offers a lot, including our original music. There is no rule, just let there be cello”.
To give fans an insight into the new music chapter of their discography, 2CELLOS released their Vivaldi’s “Storm” (“Four Seasons: Summer”). The tracks for the song were recorded in Croatia, on the top of a rocky hill, with lightning and thunder and rain, and dynamic cameras correctly follow the drama and tension that is covered in Vivaldi’s composition. Tonight on the 8th of September they will hold a concert at Kalemegdan.