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A fresh wind from Saxony is whirling up the German music market! After the coming out of Hella Donna in 2005 with their first single "Hometown of Radio", they found many new fans immediately. Other titles hit various web charts nationwide and the TopTen was placed internationally. Appearing in April 2007 will be their new single: "Give Me Some Time". And time is exactly what the band has taken to work on their album - and with much success! "Come On", and listen to this album!Read More...
The big range of Hella Donna’s music directions with a constant musical quality is already expressed by the fact that it has been so difficult to finalize the choice of song to be uncoupled for the single. So ultimately the decision was made to publish a double single CD with both "Give Me Some Time" and "Starstalker". An additional "goody" to the album is a video clip to the song "Starstalker" which also is a promotion-trailer for a film of the same title, produced by Dreamfilms, GmbH. Coming in 2008 to the German cinemas with excitement guaranteed!
"Hella Donna" (being translated laxly as "Supergirl") is primarily embodied by Cindy Leissner. She catches both the eye and ear with her charisma and striking voice, proving this during the last two years in numerous live gigs. Nevertheless, Cindy is not alone! Sven Hessel (guitar), Tim Lehnert (drums) and Rene Voigt (bass) together all provide for the right musical sound - aerial guitar pop with rock and punk elements bringing you a continuous party mood! Nevertheless, this band would not like to be put into a certain "drawer" because the reality is that its music is too various! Also, for 2007 numerous gigs have already been planned for Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland. So, what are you waiting for? " Come On"!!!
Hella Donna has dedicated their first album to their former bassist Sandra Vollrodt who unfortunately died on 13.12.2006 as a result of a horrific traffic accident. Sandra sang the back-up vocals just a few days before her untimely death and will be dearly missed and never forgotten (and not only thereby).