In the autumn, Mydy Rabycad released their new album Numbers, which they christened during a spectacular show at Forum Karlin. In its eight songs, they analyze the times in which artist’s success is measured by a number of thumbs up and hearts on social networks and social status is defined by numbers and zeros in a bank account. The young band with intensive professional experience refers to the fact that music is no longer just about the quality of songs, but also about continuous self-presentation. Numbers mark the end of one era and the beginning of a new journey. The echoes of somewhat outdated electro-swing are gone forever, and as a genre chameleon, Mydy Rabycad skillfully balances between an electronic club sound, pop ambition, knocking on radio doors, and an epic soundtrack to a fantasy thriller from a dystopian world in which cold impersonal technologies have definitively tamed the mankind. Mydy Rabycad got together seven years ago and managed to play at prestigious festivals Glastonbury or Sziget, performed in South Korea, Turkey, and Egypt or the USA.