Gigs & Festivals Releases

Scala & Kolacny Brothers announce new album and London show

By | Published on Tuesday 29 March 2011


Scala – a choir put together by pianist Steven Kolacny and his conductor brother Stijn, who perform covers of rock and indie tracks, as well as their own material – have announced that they will release their debut UK album on 6 Jun via Wall Of Sound. The record, entitled ‘Scala & Kolacny Brothers’, includes their version of Radiohead’s ‘Creep’, which was recently used on the trailer for ‘The Social Network’.

You can hear their cover of Kings Of Leon’s ‘Use Somebody’, plus original track ‘Seashell’, on their YouTube profile at And while you’re in the mood, you should also seek out their version of The Knife’s ‘Heartbeats’, which isn’t on the album but is wonderful.

They will also perform live at Union Chapel in London on 7 Jun. Tickets for the show are on sale now.

Here’s the album’s tracklist:

Nothing Else Matters (Metallica)
Solsbury Hill (Peter Gabriel)
Champagne Supernova (Oasis)
Ironic (Alanis Morrissette)
With Or Without You (U2)
Everlong (Foo Fighters)
I Feel You (Depeche Mode)
Use Somebody (Kings Of Leon)
Our Last Fight (original)
Seashell (original)
Masquerade (Of Fools) (original)
Creep (live) (Radiohead)
Smells Like Teen Spirit (live) (Nirvana)