"It does not always have to be English, French or Gaelic. The eight-piece band Schëppe Siwen thrills with folk music in the language of our Luxembourgish neighbors. The top-class musicians have developed their own distinctive style of music. Punk, rock, polka, but also very calm sounds can be found on the Silberling with the title Sprëtztour (joyride).
Very slowly, the music begins with the first song with the same title.
But after a minute you can hear where the journey is going musically. Whoever believes in the second piece of Mäin Lëtzebuerg (my Luxembourg), to have a cuddly CD with hymen on our beautiful neighbor in the recorder, is awakened directly afterwards with the way to Aarsch (move your ass) and asked to move.
Of course it appeals to many listeners to listen to the mostly humorous lyrics. This is for the "non-Luxembourger", but a bit difficult, but you can understand the words, if you listen to the pieces several times in succession. But what the hell, the music of Schëppe Siwen is addictive anyway, for example, I could hear this work all day long. "Celtic-rock.de, Hubert Jost, Link (2018)