The single "Run" from 5 Minuten Liebe, elaborates on the divergent views between the analog world and the digital world. This takes it to a different level while adding spice to the conversation
The single “Content” from “5 Minuten Liebe”, elaborates on the divergent views between the analog world and the digital world. This takes it to a different level while adding spice to the conversation. Have you ever wondered the kind of world we live in today? Content offers its own view on this.
The trio “5 Minuten Liebe”’s music deals playfully with the conflict that we feel as analog people in a digital world. It tells of how we can deal with digital possibilities and the chance to network with or leverage on its huge accompanying potential. It tells of the contradictions and absurdities of our time. Other tracks like the “Gated Community”, “Copy Paste” and the recent single, Run, captured this “zeitgeist” by coming with their unique sounds that are capable of turning the German music scene upside down.
Topafricmusicvideo.com did an interview with one of the members and here is what he had to say.
Q: Can you please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name?
Ruben Dietze is my real name but “5 Minuten Liebe” is the band name
Q: Where are you from and Where are you based?
We are from Hannover, a city in Germany
Q: At What age did you start making music?
At the tender age of 7
Q: what genre would you consider yourself?
Q: Tell us about your latest track or Video ( what is it all about)-
The latest single, Run, is about seeing a digital world through the eyes of analog people and the intricasies that comes from such. It tells of the contradictions and absurdities of our time
Q: Who wrote it and what was the inspiration behind it
Ruben Dietze. An introspection of the totality of the type of world we live in today was the inspiration behind it
Q: If you were given a chance, which Artist would you love to perform with?
Helge Schneider, Nils Frahm, James Blake
Q: Where can fans find you? List all your social media links