New album by Faroese resistance rock legends, 200, where they – after almost twenty years as a band – show that they have lost neither edge nor melody. The fight for national independence, and the fight against corruption, is stronger than ever.
The album title, Reytt Pass (Faroese for “red passport”), refers to the option the Faroese people have, to change their passport from Danish/EU (i.e. red in color) to Faroese. The Faroe Islands – though self governed – are still under Danish rule, and the Faroese people are split down the middle on the issue of independence. 200 – ever the humorists – poke where they know there is a sore spot.
The red vinyl includes a CD.