Two years after the band's formation, The Cult singer Ian Astbury witnesses a terrific MOTHER TONGUE live show. He is so enthusiastic that he hires them without further ado as support for his own band. Thanks to the prominent advocate, they quickly get their first record deal.
The band, consisting of singer/bassist David "Davo" Gould, guitarist Christian Leibfried, drummer Geoff Haba and second guitarist Bryan Tulao, released their self-titled debut album in 1994. The listener can expect an impetuous groove chunk of bluesy 70s rock, funk rhythms and soul quotations, which stands out from the mass of rock releases above all because of its sprawling jam character. And then there is this vibe that you rarely get to hear. Nevertheless, the big success unfortunately failed to materialise. And so the band breaks up in 1996.
The band got back together years later, released "Streetlight" (2002) and "Ghost Note" (2003) and Noisolution tried to re-release the debut classic "Mother Tongue" (2004), but then the band broke up again. The path of this band seems to be an eternal up and down, a career that has oscillated between heaven and hell of the music industry since the early 90s. Started as one of the great hopes of the alternative scene, and stranded again. Restarted, resurrected, found a loyal following in faraway Europe and yet broken again, fallen, stumbled and always come back - stronger than ever.
In 2016, the band released a double CD with the two Noisolution albums "Streetlight / Ghost Note" and went on tour again.
In 2020, it's back in rotation. The band comes on "Double Days" tour and plays small clubs, two days in a row. Tight, hot, sweaty and full of energy. The first show in 4 years will take place in 2020 at the "NOISOLUTION 25 Anniversary Party" in Berlin and to celebrate the two anniversaries, the band's legendary debut will be released on vinyl for the first time 25 years after its release.