Peter singer-songwriter Marko Kloos played the night off in his first appearance since late March, after breaking his hip in a falling tree. His partner, singer-songwriter Timo Räisänen, is on loan from his company Enigma Studios and has been performing since October.
The duo shared a few songs on Friday 화천출장마사지night, including a new version of «Luna», an anthem that follows a man struggling to understand life after a traumatic injury.
«I feel like I need a little bit of time to settle down, you know?» he told a packed house of about 500 at the Sipula nightclub.
Räisänen, a Swede who studied in Stockholm, sang the song before Kloos, who is originally from Finland.
«I can feel myself taking it from here,» said the frontman of The Unforgettable Fire. «This is my best song yet, it’s beautiful.»
The show featured an interview with Kloos, who is now undergoing treatment for a recurring cancerous mass in his hip.
He previously said he had cancer around the time his hip was injured and received chemo after his operation. He was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme earlier this year after a second round of surgery, which revealed the tumour in his hip.
Räisänen has not performed since March 11, when he broke his hip during a performance at the Swedish festival of Tomorrowland, his first sinc호 게임e February, 2015.
He has since resumed the 영천안마show, playing all acoustic arrangements and an encore featuring a new version of «Luna», that was recorded for a different album, to the audience.
The show closed with a song called «Crazy», which was inspired by a video where a boy was found walking around with cancer. He died after he lost most of his hair and needed treatment for an aggressive form of cancer.
With Kloos’ and Räisänen’s concert commitments under way, there was no confirmation in advance that the night would go ahead, but this week’s concert has been postponed for now.
This story first appeared on The Local Sweden.