Our first album
…long time no see!

…long time no see!

Hi there guys, Yep, long time no see! We’ve been working on our first album and it’s ...

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Welcome to our new Official Site!
Manfellow are the Winners of GBOB Romania 2011

Manfellow are the Winners of GBOB Romania 2011

We had a blast of joy and happiness when hearing Manfellow won the National ...

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A year ago (20 May 2013)

One year ago we struggled so much to have our first album out.
We did the recordings in our rehearsal room, with minimum setup but lot of fun and joy
Danny put his headphones on and started arranging and mixing.

We’re very proud of the album, and very excited for you to hear and see all the hard work that has been put into its completion. Enjoy it!

Manfellow are the vice-champions of GBOB 2012

The Finals took place in London at “Scala” December 09.
We’ll be posting updates about this event, so stay tuned :)

About Us

Manfellow are an alternative rock band founded in 2011 in Bucharest. Known for eccentric live performances and unique sound, Manfellow are: Dan Leompescu (Danny) – vox, guitars, keys, Cristi Anca – guitars, backing vocals, Claudiu Rusu (Kani) – drums, percussion , and Andrei Filip (Jah) – bass, backing vocals.

Since their first live show in August 2011, Manfellow were awarded at the Romanian Stufstock Festival, Newcomers Section, became the Global Battle of the Bands (GBOB) Romania Champions, and won the first edition of the “Club A Trophy” (Club A is one of the oldest clubs in Bucharest) – as a result they performed on Fusion Stage at “Exit” Festival 2012, in Serbia.

In December 2012, Manfellow have become GBOB World Vice-Champions, competing in London, UK with 14 other National Champions from all around the world. The GBOB Press Release after the competition stated: “Manfellow are excellent musicians and songwriters. Their strong and well-versed songs simply captured the audience although out their performance. Their unique sound and catchy melodies easily set them apart from other bands playing alternative rock.”