Razz (Band) - Razz (Band)

Razz (2016)
Razz (2016)
General information
origin Twist , Emsland , Germany
Genre(s) Indie-Rock
founding 2012
Website www.razz-music.com
Current occupation
Niklas Keizer
Christian Cut
Lukas Bruns
Steffen Pott
RAZZ at Bochum Total 2016

Razz ( spelling : RAZZ ) is an indie rock band from Emsland . The band members are Niklas Keizer (singer), Steffen Pott (drums), Christian Knippen (guitar) and Lukas Bruns (bass).

Level exits

RAZZ at Rocken am Brocken 2017

Razz played at the Lollapalooza festivals in Berlin, the Deichbrand Festival, the Chiemsee Summer , the Kosmonaut Festival , the Reeperbahn Festival , the Berlin Festival or the Hurricane and Southside Festival. Her first independent concert tour took place in 2015/2016 at several locations in Germany. In 2013 they went on tour in Germany with the British soul step artist Alex Clare . [2] Razz also supported the Chemnitz rock band Kraftklub at two of their concerts. [3]In 2019 Razz supported the English indie rock band Bloc Party at two concerts in Germany. [4]


Razz play an experimental mix of alternative indie and rock. They combine garage rock, a little rock 'n' roll and blues rock with modern beats. Razz are often compared to the Kings of Leon .



year title publication Label
2015 With Your Hands We'll Conquer 30.10.2015 Long Branch Records / SPV
2017 Nocturnal 08.09.2017 Long Branch Records / SPV


year title publication Album Label
2015 Black Feathers 03.07.2015 With Your Hands We'll Conquer Long Branch Records / SPV
2015 Youth And Enjoyment 30.10.2015 With Your Hands We'll Conquer Long Branch Records / SPV
2017 Paralysed 16.6.2017 Nocturnal


Commons : Razz - Collection of Images

Individual evidence

  1. Julian Späth: RAZZ auf „With Your Hands We’ll Conquer“ Tour. In: Four Artists Booking Agentur. Abgerufen am 25. Mai 2016.
  2. Four Artists: RAZZ. Four Artists, abgerufen am 27. Mai 2016.
  3. RAZZ - Support Kraftklub - RANDALE TOUR - Zwickau - Stadthalle (19.01.2016). In: Allschools. Retrieved May 25, 2016 .
  4. BLOC PARTY - On June 21st, 2019 in Berlin (Citadel). Retrieved June 23, 2019 (German).