This week saw Norway’s The Scheen being declared final winners of the Taubertal Emergenza World Final.
Emergenza is widely regarded as the world’s largest festival for unsigned bands, with concerts in more than 150 cities around the world, featuring up and coming bands from across the globe.
The Scheen is a Oslo-based quintet that despite its relatively young age, have already become quite an experienced band with many gigs behind them. Fronted by vocalist Atle Pettersen, The Scheen consists of Tobias Ørnesbakken Andersen, Robin Ognedal, Rein Blomquist and Nickolas Main Henriksen. In partnership with producer Christer André Cederberg (Animal Alpha, Eva & The Heart Maker, Honningbarna, Maria Mena, Donkeyboy etc.) The Scheen has recently completed their debut album.
The Taubertal Emergenza features elimination rounds in various countries throughout the year, whereby the bands that advance are selected by the audiences that hear them. Professional judges choose the winners at regional and final concerts.
More on the the Taubertal Emergenza World Final HERE.