The Brandals playing during a show in Indonesia. With scenes like this impossible because of the coronavirus, musicians in Indonesia are turning to social media to keep in touch with their fans. Photo: Courtesy of The Brandals The Brandals playing during a show in Indonesia. With scenes like this impossible because of the coronavirus, musicians in Indonesia are turning to social media to keep in touch with their fans. Photo: Courtesy of The Brandals
The Brandals playing during a show in Indonesia. With scenes like this impossible because of the coronavirus, musicians in Indonesia are turning to social media to keep in touch with their fans. Photo: Courtesy of The Brandals

From Iwan Fals to Nidji, Indonesian music stars let their hair down as they connect with self-isolating fans on social media

  • The lockdown in Indonesia is giving musicians and bands a chance to let their hair down and present themselves in different ways
  • Some are turning to Instagram live to chat with their fans and sing karaoke; others are interviewing fellow singers and hosting live-streams for charity

Topic |   Music
The Brandals playing during a show in Indonesia. With scenes like this impossible because of the coronavirus, musicians in Indonesia are turning to social media to keep in touch with their fans. Photo: Courtesy of The Brandals The Brandals playing during a show in Indonesia. With scenes like this impossible because of the coronavirus, musicians in Indonesia are turning to social media to keep in touch with their fans. Photo: Courtesy of The Brandals
The Brandals playing during a show in Indonesia. With scenes like this impossible because of the coronavirus, musicians in Indonesia are turning to social media to keep in touch with their fans. Photo: Courtesy of The Brandals
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