I am SLOW BEAR. With my music I aim to make a better place of this world. I hope these songs will, from time to time, make a difference for the good     [...]



16 February 2019 Biestebroek Bis Brussels (Be) #K[no]wHate tour
14 March 2019 Da Emilia Torino (It) #K[no]wHate tour
15 March 2019 Ostello Bello Milan (It) #K[no]wHate tour
29 March 2019 JH Tveldeke Holsbeek (Be) with Death in Rome , Donder Hel & Hagel
06 April 2019 MicroMarché Brussels (Be) #K[no]wHate tour
24 May 2019 Piola.libri Brussels (Be) #K[no]wHate tour
25 May 2019 The Gallery Genk (Be) #K[no]wHate tour
29 June 2019 Belgaleiro Leuven (Be) #K[no]wHate tour
05 July 2019 Krefeld Unplugged Krefeld (De) with Marina Kazakova, Jan Demetry, Rich Kid Rebellion
28 September 2019 Kartonnen Dozen Antwerpen (Be) #K[no]wHate tour
26 October 2019 Villa Basta Hasselt (Be) #K[no]wHate tour
16 November 2019 FiNiX Hasselt (Be) #K[no]wHate tour


Out on WIENER Records and Dopey Sonofabitch Music



Slow Bear - Fucking Off (2017)

Video by David Van de Weyer for Daveyer Audiovisuals.




On air at Radio Moscou, explaining what I will be doing at the #KnowHate shows.



Slow Bear - Normandy and Me (2016)

Video by David Van de Weyer for Daveyer Audiovisuals.


Impose Magazine did two very beautiful articles on the videos I made with David Van de Weyer. I thank and greet Michael Brummett for his nice and insightful words!

"An ode to peace & humanity, as a demonstration of songsmanship in its purest form. [...]

With a show-don’t-tell mentality, “Normandy And Me” is a stunningly inspired by-product and clear indication of the value in creating music for its own sake, outside of commercial interests. Undeniably, [Slow Bear] has achieved songwriting in its purest form.

This is the beauty of art, music, humanity, creation, and creativity. 5/5"


Suikerrock, Tienen, 31 July 2015.


Live at Radio Klebnikov, 19 January 2019



Slow Bear - Are We Gonna Make It? (2016)

Video by Tuulia Tamminen, Luc Smeets and Steven Malliet.


Pale Morning Fades got some cool reviews from a variety of music zines. Cheers to all who gave it a spin and took the time to write down their thoughts!
"With strong influences of delta blues, grunge and lofi-rock, Slow Bear - on his intriguing debut- combines some of the purest and most honest genres from musical history. [...]

Due to its adventurous, risky and unbridled nature, Pale Morning Fades might take some time to acclimatize. It does not happen every day that one is served a record like this. On top of that, Slow Bear demonstrates that haunting atmospheric imagery and inspired songwriting need not necessarily contradict one another. "