Love them or hate them, the Afrikaans Electro Rock group Die Heuwels Fantasties are doing their bit for the mobile app world. Their brand new app simply called “Die Heuwels Fantasies” is packed with information for the fans like news, upcoming and past gigs, videos, music, store, pictures and bio.
Songs from their upcoming fourth studio album, “Wens Jy Was Hier”, are available on this app, including “Hou Aan”, “Ek belowe”, “Welkom hier” (featuring Laudo Liebenberg) and more. There’s also some of the older songs from “Wilder as die Wildtuin”, “Vanfokkingstasties”, “Die Heuwels Fantasties” en “Alles Wat Mal Is”. Other singles are also available to listen to like “Ja en Amen” (featuring The Black Handed Kites) and “Toks en Tjops” (featuring Bok van Blerk and Robbie Wessels). When you choose a song you can leave a comment and become part of the Die Heuwels Fantasties community.
This app is for serious fans and yes there are many of them including me. The app was easy to download on my Android phone (via the Google Play store) and it didn’t cost me a cent. Don’t download this app to diss fans of the band, go listen to your music instead. The app is easy to use. It gives you all your favorite songs in one go, without filling up your phone memory card. The app is available for Android, Blackberry (the newer models like the Z10 and Q10) and iOS. You can download it via http://www.smarturl.it/dhfandroid for Android or www.road.ie/dhf for iOS.
Die Heuwels Fantasties will be releasing their new album on the 3rd of December 2013 and it will be available for download and in any good CD store. I’m off to drool further over these boys from Cape Town, chat to you all again soon.
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