Music News – Ben Blutzukker releases cover of The EAV’s Ba-Ba-Banküberfall

The talented one man project, Ben Blutzukker has a brand new cover single out now called Ba-Ba-Banküberfall. A track by Austrian band, Erste Allgemeine Verunsicherung.

The year 1985! Marty McFly goes back to the future, He-Man suddenly has a twin sister named She-Ra and in Hawkins a shopping mall was finally opened!

And also German-speaking artists had great moments: the comedian Otto brought his first film into the cinemas, the singer Falco had his number one hit in the USA and the band “Erste Allgemeine Verunsicherung” released the most successful album of their career: Geld oder Leben!


Ben Blutzukker had that yellow-red EAV album in a continuous loop in his walkman and was already tied up at that time. Therefore it was only logical to record a cover version of the single “Ba-Ba-Banküberfall” now!

And if you know Ben Blutzukker, you know that a new song is usually not far away from a new Lego music video: In this special case, Ben Blutzukker not only covered the song, but also shot the original EAV music video complete with Lego figures.

Check it out below:

Grab yourself a copy from Ben Blutzukker on Bandcamp here or on your preferred streaming source, here.




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