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Nalé is an Indie Folk Rock Band based in Lausanne Switzerland. Our music is inspired by Wilco, Jeff Tweedy, Shannon Wright, The Cowboy Junkies, Neko Case, Bonnie Prince Billy, Tom Waits, I am Kloot, The New Pornographers, and many more Folk Rock Bands or artists. An unplugged version of Nalé has been tested lately at a living concert in Switzerland. What a success! There is no doubt, it is within such an intimate atmosphere that the depth of Nalé’s stories, poetry and music are best expressed. If you like Folk Rock and especially if you like this live video, you might want to check out our other videos, too. And why not subscribe to this channel in order to get notified when we release new music and videos ? The song Like A Volcano can be found on Nalé's EP Blind Souls that was released in February 2018. The video was shot during the CD release show on February 3rd 2018 in Lausanne, Switzerland. Line-up of the Band for this song Drums: Pascal Wagner-Egger Bass: David Meister Rhythm guitar & vocals: David Tschopp Lead Guitar: Laurent Mettraux Music & Lyrics by David Tschopp © Nalé2018 Lights: David Baumgartner Sound: Marc Champod & Marie-Eve Flückiger Alzac Studio Image: Marc Décosterd Indie Folk Rock Band Groupe de rock folk indépendant Banda de indie folk rock Инди фолк рок група להקת אינדי פולק רוק इंडी फोक रॉक बैंड Band Rock Rakyat Indie 独立民谣摇滚乐队 獨立民謠搖滾樂隊 インディーフォークロックバンド วงร็อคพื้นบ้านอินดี้
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Transcript by Newsy. BY STEVEN SPARKMAN You're watching multisource science news analysis from Newsy. Don’t stare at the Sun, let NASA do it for you! For the first time, NASA scientists can view the entire surface of the Sun at once, thanks to the two STEREO probes. We’ll let New Scientist show you how it’s done. “Over the last four years, the two spacecraft have slowly made their way along Earth’s orbit, with STEREO A advancing ahead, and STEREO B falling behind. As they’ve separated, our view of the Sun has increased. … Now STEREO A and B are almost exactly opposite each other, and for the first time in human history we have a view of the entire Sun.” Scientists are studying the atmosphere of the Sun, specifically eruptions of charged matter called Coronal Mass Ejections, or CMEs. CMEs are like plasma volcanoes, and can interrupt GPS systems and satellites around Earth. Big CMEs could even knock out whole power grids. The Australian explains how the new 360 degree view can help scientists predict space weather. (Video source: NASA STEREO Mission) “Now scientists will be able to detect Earth-bound CMEs as soon as they leave the Sun's surface, giving crucial time to prepare. … With sufficient warning, satellites can be turned around so their shielding faces the eruption, or switched to a lower voltage, and power can be rerouted from parts of electricity grids.” The full view of the Sun will last for eight years, until the probes orbit back toward Earth. The time will allow scientists to test some longstanding theories about the Sun’s behavior that, a blogger for Discover Magazine explains, they just couldn’t test without a full view. “The Sun is not a solid object; it’s a seething, writhing ball of plasma (ionized gas). Something might happen on the far side and it would take a week or more for it to rotate into view, and by then it will have evolved or possibly even disappeared entirely! … Scientifically, this is critical for understanding the Sun.” The timing of the probes couldn’t be better. The Sun’s activity changes from year to year, and a writer for Sky and Telescope points out observations are about to get much more exciting. “The Sun is just rousing itself from a deep and prolonged hibernation in its 11-year-long activity cycle. But once activity ramps up in a year or two, CMEs will occur at least every couple of weeks.” So what you think of the stereophonic sun spotter? Let your thoughts shine in our comments section. Get more video news from Newsy.
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Nalé is an Indie Folk Rock Band based in Lausanne Switzerland. Our music is inspired by Wilco, Jeff Tweedy, Shannon Wright, The Cowboy Junkies, Neko Case, Bonnie Prince Billy, Tom Waits, I am Kloot, The New Pornographers, and many more Folk Rock Bands or artists. An unplugged version of Nalé has been tested lately at a living concert in Switzerland. What a success! There is no doubt, it is within such an intimate atmosphere that the depth of Nalé’s stories, poetry and music are best expressed. If you like Folk Rock and especially if you like this live video, you might want to check out our other videos, too. And why not subscribe to this channel in order to get notified when we release new music and videos? This video is the integral CD release show of Nalé's EP Blind Souls that took place on February 3rd 2018 in Lausanne, Switzerland. Line-up of the Band Drums: Pascal Wagner-Egger Bass: David Meister Rhythm guitar & vocals: David Tschopp Lead Guitar: Laurent Mettraux Accordion: Sylvie Amadio Guitar & vocals (on the song I Don't Remember): Marie-Eve Flückiger Music & Lyrics by David Tschopp Music & Lyrics © Nalé2018 Lights: David Baumgartner Sound: Marc Champod & Marie-Eve Flückiger Alzac Studio Image: Marc Décosterd Tracklist: intro like a volcano till we meet our fate drifting blind ouls something on my mind i'll be fine i don't remember man of shade my freak show the minister ceniza behind the scenes Indie Folk Rock Band Groupe de rock folk indépendant Banda de indie folk rock Инди фолк рок група להקת אינדי פולק רוק इंडी फोक रॉक बैंड Band Rock Rakyat Indie 独立民谣摇滚乐队 獨立民謠搖滾樂隊 インディーフォークロックバンド วงร็อคพื้นบ้านอินดี้
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