Synth-based, dreamy, psychedelic & epic: Branko’s Bridge with the new EP “Should’ve Been Here”

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4 young musicians from Prague with a blend of genres from the last century: the band Branko’s Bridge present a new sound with the release of the EP Should’ve been here on April the 5th. The 4 songs on the EP run the spectrum of the band’s music: from the synth-based, dreamy and psychedelic, Wailing Caverns, the melancholy surf of Pueblo Blue, guitar-driven, fuzzy, The Rule of Thumb, to the epic with Whatever Comes Goes Away, the six-minute ballad, concluding the record.

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