Trying to fill the gap between Black Sabbath & Franz Ferdinand: Page Turners

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Page Turners try to capture the energetic flow that is created as a result of merging 70’s rock with Britpop/indie of the 21st century with guitar-driven original music. This basically means that the young Czech-Russian band loves Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Black Sabbath as much as they love Arctic Monkeys, The Vaccines and Franz Ferdinand. So they try to find what lies in the gap between these two musical contexts. The result of this quest is their debut single “Lover”.

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