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Pure rockers LIQUID THERAPY are the type of band that will appeal to many people. They have since released a debut album, with new material slowly forming. The band goes on to say much about themselves, where they are from and their music of course!


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

It started with Gino and Davy being friends already and they both felt the timing was right to do something together at last. They completed the band with Bart on Vocals, Luc on drums and Renzo on bass. After a few gigs, Renzo decided to leave the band and Hans Joined us as the new bass player. In the last two years, I can honestly say that we changed from being a band to being a band of friends. We all have our own characters and funny enough it is a match. Recently Luc had to leave the band as well because of medical reasons. Now we found our new drummer Kristof (Timmy) and I can feel the same vibe already with him.

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

I think we found the band’s name while having a few beers. It sounded good and it has a lot of meaning for us. Beer is always a good solution when things aren’t going the way you want  Drinking actually is a good therapy.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

Our home base is Houthulst in the heart of West-flanders. 

4. How would you describe your style?

I think we are a bit of a mixture of a few different genres at the moment. Some songs are metal, old school hard rock and some of them lean more to grunge, rock and even punk. I think our next album and songs we will record, will be a bit harder, compared to our debut album. Also live, we sound a bit harder than we do on our recorded versions.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

We just released our debut album ‘Breathe’ and all songs on that album have or lyric videos or complete video clips on YouTube and so.  It is an album that has 10 songs with a lot of variety. We already had some very good feedback and appreciation so hopefully you can enjoy it as much as we enjoyed recording it. 

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

Not yet, but when our new drummer is settled in completely we will start working on new songs. 

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

Again we want to leave some room for our drummer to settle in. When this is done and the covid situation allows us to be back on stage, we will be there. Of course we want to do this in a safe environment which will be very hard for organizers I guess.

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

We want to play live and make new music. I think we are very ambitious with this band and we hope, that one fine day, we get to play on big stages on one of our favorite festivals all over the world. 

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

Merchandise and our CD can be ordered online on www.liquidtherapy.be and of course you can also find our music on the known streaming platforms as Spotify, iTunes, YouTube etc.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

If they enjoy the music and the lyrics, it is all good for us. For those who like us, we have a lot more to offer, so I hope you stay tuned and we see you soon on stage. - Hans Liquid Therapy


Rock n' rollers BLACKJACK LOVE have a style all their own, releasing content over time, with all new material in the works as well! The band goes on to say much more about themselves and their music creativity.

 

1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

Well, originally it was just me (Azza), & I recorded/produced our debut album 'Bullets & Blues', with a fellow producer/drummer. I met our current drummer Matt Wonder years ago when he was in another band and we clicked from there. One day me and my mate Newbs were going up to a Chelsea game and walked past him sat in a boozer with his old man and they started shouting obscenities at me so we went in a had a drink with them. I was telling him I was looking to put a band together and he jumped at the chance. Our Bass player, Brother Sam, I just found him lying in the street with a bass guitar and an empty bottle of jack, so I took him in. As for our rhythm guitarist, Brother Nick (they're not related) he was there when we got to the practice studio (But really Matt Wonder recruited him)
   
2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

I won a load of money on blackjack, then made love all night. Next.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

The band is based out of Woking, to be honest, I wouldn't say there is much of a scene here anymore, there's more of a scene in Guildford which is a few miles down the road. The only band that I really know of currently is Birdsworth, go check them out.

4. How would you describe your style?

Heavy Blues Baby!!!! A mixture of Groove-laden desert rock riffs, heavy bass lines and catchy melodies along with a Tarantino-esque stoner rock vibe.   

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

So far our album 'Bullets & Blues' is available on all good streaming platforms, along with current singles 'Forever Man' and 'Before I leave'. If you listen to 'B&B' from start to finish it is loosely based as a concept album, which we hope is something people can enjoy. We also recently recorded a live acoustic session which your readers can find on our YouTube.    

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

Of course! we have a new single coming out in the coming weeks called 'I Want War' and we have a truck load more in the pipeline for you wonderful people, so be sure to keep up to date with our socials.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

We had load of gigs lined up throughout the summer and onwards, but due to the current situation we have had to hit the brakes on that, which has been a killer. But as soon as we get the green light it will be full steam ahead.

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n Roll. Maybe world domination? Big stages, Big crowds and Big Sounds with the odd cup of tea thrown in.

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

You can listen to us wherever you are in the world, but to be specific iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Deezer, YouTube, Soundcloud and most other streaming sites.   

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

We want our tune ingrained in their head, be it the melody, the instruments or just the sound. We want you to sing it for days until it drives you mad! any hook that gets you humming when you don't even realize, and most of all, we want them to enjoy it on a spiritual and emotional level.   

 



Modernized band IN THE A..M. have a few single's with all new content expected between now into the next year! Band member Alex talks about the band, music, and more!


 1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

Alex: Sure thing! In the A.M. has had a revolving cast of temporary members over the last couple of years. At this point in time, I’m really the only member and currently focused on rebuilding a group that is dedicated to the end goal.

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

Alex: I was looking for a name that was marketable when I came up with In The A.M. But I also wanted it to be something that had a more personal meaning behind it. I also thought it would be sick if the name was a phrase that people say a lot on a conversational basis. So In The A.M. came up in my mind. People definitely say it a lot, and it includes my first and middle initial (A.M.). So I went with it.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

Alex: In The A.M. is based out of Indianapolis, IN. The rock scene here sucks. Most people here love country, rap, or pop music and don’t really support local artists. Ohio has a much better rock scene.

4. How would you describe your style?

Alex: If you are referring to musical style, I’d say it’s like a blend of Three Days Grace and I Prevail. It’s a modern sound, with a fresh vibe, which is hard to find currently in the rock industry. Most of these bands sound the same.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

Alex: We’ve released a few singles so far. But I’ve been in the studio working for the last year and I have a ton of new material. This music is really well produced and every new release, you can expect high quality, in-depth music. Something to relate to.

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

Alex: Oh yeah. As mentioned above, there’s a lot of new material coming out between now and 2021. I’m also working on a cover album called, “Renditions”. 



7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

Alex: Well, I would love to say yes. But with COVID shaking the world right now, I don’t necessarily have anything planned at the moment. I guess we’ll see what happens in the next two months or so. I’m definitely ready to tour again though.


8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

Alex: Grow. That’s the only goal. I’m ready to take this to the next level and make an impact professionally in the music industry. This new music speaks volumes and I think the potential is limitless.

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

Alex: You can find the music on just about every large streaming platform. Youtube, Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, Amazon Music, etc. Just be sure to add the dots into the name when searching for our name, In The A.M.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

Alex: I’d like them to think, damn this is good. And I want them to feel inclined to share it with their friends. I want them to resonate emotionally, not just on a surface level because of a catchy hook.

11. Alex: Lastly, I’d like to thank you all at Nataliez World for taking your time to put this interview together. It means the world to me, and I certainly appreciate the opportunity. Stay true to you. -Alex


Progressive metal band JOVIAC has memorable ideas to satisfy the masses for years to come. In fact, they have released two full-length album's, along with focusing on themselves since forming just not that long ago either. The band goes into much more chatter about all of this and more.


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

I founded Joviac in 2017 after burying my previous band that disbanded due to personal differences about a year earlier. Music has been the most important form of self expression and self actualization for me since I was a teen, so I just needed a new vessel for it. It made sense to start from scratch with a new name and with a new mentality based on everything I had learned up until that point.
Joviac began as more of a project. I did everything except play bass on the debut album. I felt it was easier to get the ball rolling and things moving forward if I had something to show to people.
Antti Varjanne was already with me back then playing bass on the first album, but it was with the addition of Rudy Fabritius (drums) and Janne Korpela (live-guitar 2017-2019) when the project really became a real “band”. Even though there have been changes here and there, and the live-guitar duties are now handled by Joona Niemi, it's really the symbiosis of us three core members that make up Joviac. Everyone brings something unique to the table and I never take for granted that I'm able to do this with such talented people and on top of that we're also extremely close friends. We're kind of like brothers really, or at least that's the way I feel!

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

When I was trying to come up with the name, I wanted something to signify that the band was an honest and personal musical depiction of myself. I'm the songwriter in the band and all the songs come from a very personal place and I wanted the name to be a representation of that, if at least to myself. My full name is Viljami Jupiter Wenttola, and no, it's not an artist name. “Jove” is an age-old English word for the Roman god “Jupiter” and so I just changed the ending of the word. It's just mainly to remind myself to stay true to my own goals when making music, to keep making music for myself.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

Joviac is based out of Tampere, Finland, with the exception of Rudy who lives in Helsinki. Tampere is known in Finland as a rock'n roll city, and is playfully referred to as “manse” or “Manchester”. It's historically a working man's town and it shows in the music scene here.  While it's true that Finland is totally a metal country (more metal bands per capita than anywhere else in the world), it poses some challenges even though we refer to ourselves as a “progressive metal” band. Finland's a small country and the kind of metal that has broken through or made it big is basically what you hear on the radio on a very small loop. It's tough to stand out. We're doing our best though, and for the small time that we've been a band (about 3 years) we've gone forward so much, it's just tough to stay patient sometimes. There are however some brothers in arms here that share our passion for progressive music! I would totally urge anyone to check out our friends Everwave and External whom we will be sharing the stage with next week!

4. How would you describe your style?

We call ourselves progressive metal, but like I guess 90% of artists out there, I feel like it leaves a lot unsaid. What I'm going for most of the time is a marriage between progressive metal and other styles like pop. I'd like to think that we are a very genuine and honest representation of progressive metal wrapped up in an accessible package. I like to borrow the freedom and complexity from the prog side and try to marry it with memorable hooks and snappy choruses from the pop side. You should tell me if we've succeeded!

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

We've released two full-length albums and as of today 10.9.2020 we've released two stand-alone singles! We just came out with a new one, “Misplaced” today and we're very excited to see how it will be received. It was recorded as part of the “Here And Now” (2nd album) sessions but I felt that it didn't quite fit in with the rest of the material. It's definitely not a B-Side or anything like that, it stands on its own two feet as a soulful and deeply personal song with a simple, in-your-face kind of rock attitude.

As for our full-length albums, for a long time I felt like our debut was more like a glorified demo, a means to an end, but I went back and listened to it after a looooong hiatus recently and I was actually quite proud of it. I guess it's a good thing when an artist feels like his newest works blow the old ones out of the water. We've gone forward with everything we've put out, we've gone deeper, more personal, more expressive, heavier, lighter, softer, harder, we've gotten more complex but without sacrificing the catchy side...

I think if we just remember why we do what we do and keep going on the road we've been walking for about three years, we'll have a brilliant career behind us when we look at it from a rocking chair in a nursery home. If we make it that far that is!

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

I've been trying to use the Corona downtime as efficiently as possible, actually to the point of almost burning out during the summer. I came close to going over the edge in terms of psychological well being, I'm just glad I had the sense to pull the emergency brake when I did. I was hell-bent on writing our new full length album this summer, I gave myself a deadline and stressed myself out trying to live up to my own foolish expectations. Now I've luckily gotten past it and inspiration is starting to flow again. I keep having to relearn the same lesson again and again: I can't manufacture inspiration or command it, I can only give it the best possible circumstances and see where it takes me. In all the chaos of the “Corona Summer 2020” some promising material did surface though, and we're looking at recording some of it this winter. I have no idea what the scale will be yet, singles? EP? Album? All I do know is that we're definitely keeping ourselves busy creatively. I'll let you know once I find out!

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

When the first wave of Corona hit in the spring of 2020, everything in Finland except for grocery stores, pharmacists and essential services like that got shut down. Luckily Finns are really good (up to a fault) at isolating themselves so Corona all but got wiped out of the country for June and July. Numbers started to increase very slowly again during August though, and now in mid September they're still quite low, but definitely on the rise. There's a lot of uncertainty and everybody's talking about the second wave coming so it makes events difficult to plan out. There is a silver lining though! We were able to secure two shows and we are incredibly excited to climb on stage again. Tomorrow 11.9. we're playing Helsinki's Tiivistämö and it will also be our first streamed show, and 18.9. we're FINALLY playing our record release show here in Tampere which was postponed from the spring! We can't wait. On the grand scheme of things though, the one goal that I've always had is to build Joviac into an internationally touring entity and once circumstances are right, we'll definitely be hitting stages in other countries too!

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

Basically just more of the same! To keep writing the best music that we can, recording it, releasing it and playing it for the people that want to see and hear it! I think I answered this question more in detail already in the earlier questions, oops!

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

You can find everything related to Joviac at our website: www.joviac.com. There you can find links to all of our social media accounts, you can buy physical albums, shirts and read the news blog that I try to update when I remember. I'm very absent minded though...

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

You don't have to like us, but if you gave our music a chance, I truly thank you. That's all I can ask for as an artist, for a chance. Thank you so much for this interview! I hope you and your loved ones are safe.


U.K. singer/songwriter ELLIS JOHNSON has a style that blends acoustic and pop together to create a sense that is breezy yet cool. Two single's have been released so far with new music in the works as well. Ellis himself goes on to talk about his music and why he is the artist he is.


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

At present, there is only me in the 'band' and I don't wish to talk about my member, at least not until I know you better.

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

I wanted to pay tribute to both of the families from which I spawned. My last name is Ellis and most of my friends call me Ellis. My mother's side of the family are Johnson's (so to speak) So I put the names together, it sounded good to me so, here I am! Also, my real name is Adolf, so I had to do something. (It isn't really)

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

The band is based out of me, and I hail from Manchester. The music scene is great in Manchester, we're blessed with a laden history of great music, partnered with it's ever influential culture; it may be decades ago that the whole Madchester/brit pop scene was was the heartbeat of the city, but the veins still gush blood of the epoch. It is certainly present in my blood. I ran an open mic night in the city center for 5 years and this is where I met Guy Garvey from Elbow, he told me I have a "cracking set of pipes" and to me that man, optimizes the warmth of the city, someone that plays in front of thousands at arenas, but still has time for the small fry like me, just trying to turn some heads!

There's a lot of current local bands out there making some decent noise, It wouldn't be fair to highlight one and miss out a big list of others, because Manchester is a city that approves of all genres. From Matt & Phreds, the famous Jazz club, to the Indie pumping Night & Day Café and the Metalhead Mecca of Grand Central. I've played in tons of different bands, varying in genres, so I'm fortune enough to say I've played a lot of these massively important venues to different audiences, It's difficult to actually pigeon hole Manchester with a defining 'scene' because in truth, it has many scenes. Whether you like wearing musty charity shop tweed, but you're happy to pay top dollar for a pint in one of the many, amazing venues in the northern quarter, or you like dressing up to the nines and heading to a club for £2 vodka redbulls, Manchester has the perfect juxtaposition for you. I think that should be on a poster somewhere.

4. How would you describe your style?

Well, right now I'm wearing worn out shorts and a smile, but sometimes I also wear scruffy clothes. My music however, is I guess Indie/Pop/Rock/Acoustic. I have some songs that are layered with hooks and harmonies but I have some that need to be stripped bare to the steel of acoustic strings and vocals. I guess I write songs, without knowing if they're gonna be 'my songs' or not. The lyrics are always personal yet sometimes a story. It differs. I think some of my music would fit in the Indie Rock bracket, and some of it owes its origins to general pop music. Like if the Foo Fighters had a three way with Ed Sheeran and Coldplay.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

 I've released two singles this year so far, 'Ghosts' & 'Waves' Both of which have been really well received, which makes me happy to say! Mike Sweeney on BBC Radio Manchester said 'Waves' is "Fantastic" and I recall Janice Long of BBC Radio Wales was very fond of 'Ghosts'

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

I certainly do! I have much music in the works. I have another single coming out on the 18th of September called 'Something Criminal' I'm really excited to hear what people think about it. I also have so much more music in the making as well as finished pieces to fire out.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

Well, apparently there's been some sort of pandemic or something, i'm not sure. But I've gone from 15 - 20 gigs a month, to entertaining the grout and tiles of my shower. I hope things normalize soon, for everyone of course, but from a personal point of view, I've missed performing. I have been recording personalized versions of songs for key workers throughout the pandemic, and making music videos for said songs. I wanted to keep busy whilst giving something to those who are/have been working so hard throughout the pandemic to keep us all as safe as possible. So far I've done 17 requests for key workers all over the uk (from social workers to nhs staff to lorry drivers) which doesn't sound like much, but I've recorded full versions of songs from scratch, so it's taken a while! I have another 15 or so to complete!

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

A band would be nice. But before that, I plan on writing and performing as much as permitted, hopefully one day i'll swing on the chandelier of a swanky hotel after a sold out arena gig, but before that I really should see a chiropractor and get more fans.

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

You can listen to my music on Spotify, iTunes etc etc... And I hope that you do! Spotify link as follows, https://open.spotify.com/artist/5zIxNQhXrR2EEgKDBKEQUh?si=O_SEAFffTZORG1JTuz7sWA  (Or just Search Ellis Johnson and you'll find me!)

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

My name, probably. There's so much music out there, its so easy to skip to the next track on shuffle and forget whom you just listed to! But also, if the listener can relate to the lyrics and find warmth or otherwise from the music then that would be splendid as well.


Esprit D'Air is set to perform a special live concert to celebrate their 10th anniversary on October 24, 2020. The live performance will be streamed on their official website espritdair.com, where fans can purchase a virtual ticket to watch the concert live from their own homes.

Lead vocalist and solo project leader, Kai says: “Like every other musician who cannot tour right now, we are taking the opportunity to connect with our supporters online—broadcasting in a safe environment to the world. We originally planned the live concert in London, so doing the live stream will allow us to continue performing, but it will also allow fans from outside the UK to connect with us too, so I am really looking forward to it!”

Partnering up with Single Music, Kai will be joined by Yusuke Okamoto on guitar, Kazuki Nishigaki on bass, and Andre Joyzi (Breed 77) on drums for this one-off special event. This special show by Esprit D'Air will also include the debut of some brand new songs from the upcoming album, Oceans due to be released in 2021.

As featured on HuffPost, Louder, BBC Radio, and Kerrang! Radio, Esprit D'Air is an award-winning melodic rock and metal band based in London. Their critically-acclaimed debut album crowned them as winners in the best metal/hardcore album of 2018 at The Independent Music Awards at the Lincoln Center, New York, among an esteemed judging panel featuring Amy Lee (Evanescence), Slayer, Sepultura, Tom Waits, and more.

Catch the virtual experience live on October 24, 2020 at 10PM BST, where viewers can shop, tip the band, and chat while they watch online. Tickets are available now. For more information, visit www.espritdair.com.


Nuclear Blast artist Hatebreed will release their eighth studio album Weight of The False Self. The 12-track album is stocked with pit-stirring anthems. It arrives on November 27th 2020 and is available for pre-order HERE. The band has shared the lyric video for the title track. Watch HERE.


Eclectic blues rockers BORDERLINE have not one but four albums out and about currently. Each has a great variety of sounds, emotions and energies within each release. But they have released an all new single that was released this fall with all other new content currently in the works. The band then says a whole lot more about their music and future plans for the next year!


1. Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.

We are an eclectic Swiss band from Lausanne in the French part of Switzerland.

The band has 4 members - Marie at the violin, Greg at the drums, Ramon at the guitar and Laura the singer - and was born in 2013.

We have already released 4 albums.  The first two were electric albums and gave the band the opportunity to play a lot in Switzerland, around twenty gigs. The third one was an acoustic album that gave us the chance of crossing Swiss frontiers and starting a World Tour.    Our last album ETNIA, released in 2020, is an electric album and was recorded in part in Nashville at the Blackbird studio.

Our band draws its inspiration from the different musical cultures met during its tours and our musical identity is defined by original sororities mixing a variety of styles in order to make its public travel.

2. What’s the origin of the band’s name?

There is no connection between the band’s name and the psychiatric illness, but the name Boderline is linked with the concept of frontier. We like crossing the frontiers; geographical frontiers through our international tours but above all musical frontiers. We don’t want to be locked up in one style, we want to stay open and to integrate sororities from all around the world to our music. That’s what the name Borderline represents.

3. Where is the band based out of and what is your music scene like there? Are there any local bands you could recommend?

We are based in Lausanne, the French part of Switzerland. Regarding others local bands, we recommend you : The Two and Ignatius.

4. How would you describe your style?

We are an eclectic music band. We got our own sound but we always try to integrate sororities from other musical cultures in it : such as African, American, Argentinian, Spanish, Irish….cultures and so on.  On one side we want to find a great melting between our sound and other styles. And on the other side we want to take up technical challenges. I mean, when you want to play a guaracha but you don’t have all the typical instruments to play a guaracha it is a big challenge; that’s what we do and we like that.

5. What have you released so far and what can someone expect from your works?

As I said before, we released four albums mainly electric: WelKome released in 2015, Theatre in 2016, and ETNIA in 2019. But also an acoustic one Across the Rainbow released in 2017. We think that people can expect a nice travel through different continents and countries. A walk through a great variety of sounds, emotions and energies.

6. Do you have any new music in the works?

Sure, we worked on a new single during this summer called New Orleans, and it has been released on September 2020. You can find an electric and an acoustic version (with a cajon) of this new single. Now we are working on new singles, video clips, on our ETNIA’s vernissage and on our next shows.

7. How about playing shows and touring, have anything planned out?

We had the opportunity to play in a lot of countries and cities as : London, Madrid, Reykjavik, Prague, Copenhagen, New York, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Toronto, Beijing, Osaka, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Dubai, St Petersburg…. Last year we did an USA tour that took us along the road 61, the road of the blues, from New Orleans to Chicago…. 9 days, 9 concerts. We played in New Orleans, Chicago, Memphis, Clarksdale (Deep blues festival, Ground zero), Indianola (BBking club), Nashville……and we also stopped at the Blackbird studio to record part of our fourth album ETNIA. It was awesome to play in cities like Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans. These places have a particular bond with music and they are full of an incredible energy. The public was amazing so it was a wonderful adventure to be there and to share our music with it.  For next months, how you can imagine we will be in a period of expectancy, the sanitary situation complicate a lots of things. However, on November we will have our ETNIA album’s vernissage in Moudon, Switzerland and we are already working on new singles and videoclips.

8. What plans do you have for the future as a band?

We hope to be allowed to travel again in order to start our international Tour with the last album ETNIA.

9. Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?

We have a website:  www.borderline-band.ch . But you can also find us and follow us on social networks : Facebook: Borderline-CH or Instagram : borderlineband.ch. Finally, you can listen to our music on Spotify or Youtube.

10. What is it you’d like a listener to remember the most when hearing your music for the first time?

That our music, the sororities we use, makes him travel from a country to another, all around the world.

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