Support Lesbiens

24-02-2008

The Czech band Support Lesbiens first got its start in the early 1990s, introducing a hard, punkish sound often drawing comparisons with the then popular Seattle scene and grunge music. The band was founded by a group of young Czech musicians that included then-DJ Kryštof Michal a slight but dynamic individual with a talent for vocals who soon became the most energetic of frontmen. Support Lesbiens - in Music Profile.

The Czech band Support Lesbiens first got its start in the early 1990s, introducing a hard, punkish sound often drawing comparisons with the then popular Seattle scene and grunge music. The band was founded by a group of young Czech musicians that included then-DJ Kryštof Michal, just 17 or 18, a slight but dynamic individual with a talent for vocals who soon became the most energetic of frontmen.

From the get-go Kryštof chose to sing in English instead of Czech. In 2006, he explained that the music he had listened to as a boy “had been 99 percent English”, music in his dad’s record collection. Listen and find out how Support Lesbiens got their start and how the band's sound developed over the years – in Music Profile.