The band had their debut live appearance on March 25 of the same year at the Bečej club Scena, performing both as an opening act for Ken Stringfellow as well as being Stringfellow’s backing band during the performance of his solo material and the songs he recorded with Big Star and The Posies. They also performed the song “Dream All Day” which Popcycle covered during the 1990s with lyrics in Serbian language entitled “Sanjam ceo dan” (“I Dream All Day”). On May 4 of the same year, at the Rebel Star performance in Bečej also appeared the reunited the original lineups of Popcycle and Eva Braun. During May, the band released the promotional EP in both CD format as well as in mp3 format for free digital download on the band’s official website. The following month the song “Luna” from the EP appeared on the first place on the webzine Popboks domestic singles top list.
Tap dance is a type of dance characterised by using the sounds of tap shoes striking the floor as a form of percussion. The sound is made by shoes that have a metal “tap” on the heel and toe. There are several major variations on tap dance including: rhythm tap (jazz) tap, classical tap, Broadway tap, and post-modern tap. Broadway tap often focuses on formations, choreography and generally less complex
rhythms; it is widely performed in musical theatre. Rhythm tap focuses on musicality, and practitioners consider themselves to be a part of the jazz tradition and as such, Improvisation is essential to their work. Many of the most influential rhythm tap dancers were members of the Hoofers Club or Original Copacetics. Classical tap has a similarly long tradition which marries European “classical” music with American foot drumming with a wide variation in full-body expression. Post-modern or contemporary tap has emerged over the last three decades to incorporate abstract expression, thematic narrative and technology.