Each Monday at 20:30 (18:30 GMT), tens of thousands of people watch the dub rock group perform online, with the musicians playing from their homes in three different countries.
“The internet has remained the only way for us to communicate and play music,” Dubioza Kolektiv keyboardist Brano Jakupovic told Reuters speaking via Skype from his home in Sarajevo.
“It is important that people enjoy the concert but also that they communicate via chats, write to each other and feel for the moment the same way as they felt before corona,” Jakupovic said.
The musicians play from their homes in Bosnia, Croatia and Slovenia but their act is perfectly synchronised.
Jakupovic says that about 30,000-40,000 fans from dozens of countries worldwide watch the concert live online.
“It’s very exciting, and it all happens while playing from our own bedrooms,” he said, laughing.
Dubioza Kolektiv is known for their eclectic musical style and socially and politically engaged lyrics sung in Bosnian and English.