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8 Comments to Cinematic - Daybehavior - :Adored (CD, Album)

  1. Taurr says:
    Over five years since the release of their critically-adored debut album, Voyage – recently listed as one of the best pop debuts of all time by Q magazine – The Sound Of Arrows, return with new album Stay Free released on 27th October. Already previewed online by Missing: Cinematic.
  2. Yojora says:
    Daybehavior is a Swedish electro-pop band featuring vocalist Paulinda Crescentini, Tommy Arell, and Carl Hammar. Their debut album, Adored, was released in Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓ Related ↓Missing: Cinematic.
  3. Kajishura says:
    After a long wait the new album is finally released. 12 brand new songs. Was it worth the wait Available at all major distributors Spotify - iTunes - GooglePlay A new video is .
  4. Vokree says:
    Type: Group, Founded: in Stockholm, Area: Sweden. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists .
  5. Kazil says:
    Ett nytt album är färdigställt och trion tittar framåt med stor tillförsikt. Zero pratade med Carl Hammar, Tommy Arell och Paulinda Crescentini om Based on a True Story och karriären i stort. Under nittiotalet sköljde en indiepopvåg över Sverige och band som Brainpool, Missing: Cinematic.
  6. Zolonos says:
    Explore releases from the Breakin' Bread (2) label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Breakin' Bread (2) lasdunivemedpazakhrowsvalarrosaf.coinfog: Cinematic.
  7. Nilrajas says:
    Adored As you can see, it's been a while since their last full album was released (!) Nine lasdunivemedpazakhrowsvalarrosaf.coinfo it was worth the wait. Each track is filled with ambiance. Perfect for listening on that long ride to the club, a romantic interlude to end an evening, or just mellowing out after a hectic day at work. You won't go wrong with this album!/5(5).
  8. Shakasa says:
    For those who adored the lush textures of Doves' second album, The Last Broadcast, the seriousness of Some Cities might be a bit jarring. The ambitious indie rock trio is much more direct and exact this time out, and it's a great shift in style.

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