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Moods: Featuring Guitar Pop: Pop/Rock Rock: Hard Rock Rock: 90's Rock Rock: Modern Rock

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Czech Republic

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This band with a soft spot for ginger entered the guitar scene on the first day of spring 2016 with its shaky single Holy Ground. But that was just a fragment of the upcoming EP.
This group of skilled Czech musicians connected former Tata Bojs guitarist and artist Maťo Mišík, former Walk Choc Ice guitarist and Ivan Král and David Koller co-player Luboš Moravec, singer Eliška Pekárek Flaková - former member of girl's rock band Reskata, which used to score in several music competitions and gained attention in Czech Republic and throughout Europe, bassist Vlasta Klein who, back in 90's, cruised Czech scene with one of the most prolific Czech grunge bands Gallery of the Dirt, and, last but not least, Tomáš Piala known for performing with folk-rock's Jarret.

What's to be expected?
"We composed more than 20 songs during last 6 months. Some of them waited to be pulled out of our drawers for many years and some of them came to life spontaneously on our rehearsals and jamming sessions. After careful selection we decided to immortalize the best of them on our debut EP. Based on the excited feedback after Holy Ground single we once again chose to work with our friend, skilled producer, sound engineer and musician Pavel Bohatý (Nazareth, Joss Stone, Doug Wimbish of Living Colour, Gary Stringer and Jack Bessant of Reef, Phil Brown, etc.) who took care of mixing and mastering of the whole EP and recording the bonus material."

Special BONUS!
"At the last moment we decided for a little bit of risk and came up with this strange idea. To lock ourselves in a big studio for one more day and record theses fully live songs! No re-shooting or other studio edits. Just capture the animality and raw energy we experience while playing live or at our rehearsals. There's even some unique video footage that will see the light of day in mid-2017."