Supernatural have been compared to Artists such as Howie Day, Coldplay, U2, Tom Petty or Peter Gabriel.
The Duo started to work on tracks and songs in 1991, after touring and recording with different Artists and projects. Some of these sessions later led to their first album 'The Calling' (October 1998). Tracks of 'The Calling' quickly occupied ambient radio stations although the original intent was to create music to visuals without paying too much attention to commercial radio.
'Bad Day' (May 2005) marked the Band's return to ambient Pop/Rock tunes with melodic hooks crying out loud for airplay on both sides of the Atlantic. Tracks like "I don't wanna know" or 'Bad Day' as well as the moody ballads on Supernatural's second record secured the Duo a small but faithful following.
Although the members of Supernatural have been living on different continents and while tracks of 'Bad Day' continue to getting frequent spins on commercial radio, Supernatural finished recording and producing their latest album 'Never give up'. After 18 months of writing, recording and fine tuning, which included recording sessions in the US and Europe, Supernatural's much anticipated third album has been released March 2007. 'Never give up' continues with ambient, melodic Pop/Rock songs manifesting their quest to writing and producing supernatural music across borders and even continents. The title track 'Never give up'was written for Germany's National soccer team and the Fifa World Cup 2006.
Two of their latest tracks 'Open arms' (single) and "How' (album 'Never give up') have been selected for Germany's 'NewPop2007' sampler (released September 23, 2007 at the Berlin PopKomm).
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