This Sunday. Live. Streamed & On Stage at Frequenzy: Juneville

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The music from Juneville is about honesty, passion and intensity. Their songs translate personal stories into a universal feeling of recognition. Juneville started with “Take a ride”. Pieter Nabbe wrote the song for a deceased friend. It was his debut as a singer and the beginning of the formation of Juneville.  Debut album “In The Garden” came out in 2016 and was very well received in the Dutch music scene. January 11 will be the release of their second album “Obey the Heart” (more info here)

This Sunday we will record a live session with Juneville in cafe Gigant. So come to Gigant or watch the session at our live stream. More info here

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