Fuzz with a taste of Britpop and Powerpop: Maple

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Dogs often occur in pop music. But a song with the request to eat one is very unique. Like the band we welcomed yesterday at our recording stage in Gigant Apeldoorn (stay tuned for the release date!) Maple seasons its music with a taste of Britpop and Powerpop. Octobre 15th the band released their first album and November the third there will be a releasparty at Cinetol (more info here

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