Lake Malawi

Lake Malawi are an indie-pop band formed by Albert Cerny in September 2013. The band consist of Albert Cerny (lead vocals, guitar), Patrick Karpentski (guitar), Jeronym Subrt (bass) and Pavel Pilch (drums). Lake Malawi were formed in September 2013 by Albert Cerny after his previous band Charlie Straight split up. 
When Lake Malawi front man Albert Cerny first heard the song Calgary by Bon Iver he knew what the name of his band had to be. It had to be a lake. 

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Lake Malawi are dividing time between North London and Prague. The band recorded Always June at Dean Street Studios with WTNSS (Alt-J, Passenger) in October 2013, did a live session for BBC London in November and opened for Thirty Seconds to Mars (hand-picked by their management) the following year. Citing Phoenix, The Police, Coldplay, Crowded House and Bombay Bicycle Club as influences, Lake Malawi released their debut EP entitled We are Making Love Again recorded with Matt Lawrence (Foals, Vaccines, Amy Winehouse) and mixed by Mo Hausler (Bat for Lashes, Everything Everything, Dog Is Dead) - produced by the band with Filip Gemroth. 
In May 2015, Lake Malawi played a string of ten UK shows including The Great Escape Festival 2015 finishing off with a headline gig at The Finsbury. The single Chinese Trees won the music chart on Amazing Radio and the latest single Young Blood was featured in Tom Robinson´s show BBC Introducing Mixtape on BBC 6 Music. Gary Crowley recently played We Are Making Love Again on BBC London. Last acoustic Furch Tour with twelve shows in the Czech Republic was sold out and now the band is preparing two big shows in the Czech Republic.