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Knekklectric Sunshine from Norway

Here's a delightfully cheerful tune from the Bergen band called Knekklectric. It's off their first album, Ingenting å Melde, which means "Nothing to Report" in English, apparently.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-05-18


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