Ever since the age of sixteen Peter Slabbynck knew he wanted to follow the footsteps of his musical idols. As few as two years later he composed a song that would change his life forever: I Can’t Live In A Living Room. From then on (1980) Red Zebra became one of the most influential bands ever in Belgium. They didn’t always choose the easiest way, but almost forty years later they can proudly say that they did in Belgium what Joy Division did in England: waking up a nation. Shortly after the release of their debut album Maquis (which is regarded by many music fans as one of the best Belgian records ever) the band split. However in 1990 the group decided to reunite in a regularly changing configuration. With the current line-up Red Zebra is at its strongest. Their performance at Sinner's Day is surely one to mark in your agenda.