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Dialgo announce the release of new Single “Terres”

Terres brings out the more organic feel with the vocals of the four band members, thicken the main melody. Along with bouncy African grooves and psychedelic atmosphere wrapped in raw explosive energy.

They got the inspiration for this tune when they met a homeless guy from Mongolia that talked about a better world, a colorful euphoria where everything is good.

They have created a piece that is brings out that colorful euphoria, using only their instruments and the their voice for the melody, with no lyrics.

Formed in 2015, the band draw influences from many genres, from Afrobeat and Psychedelic Rock to Ethno-Jazz and Contemporary Jazz.

For the past 3 years they have released an EP and their debut album “Stranger Things”. drummer Or and guitarist Guy connected with bassist Daniel and recently added to the equation Eitan on sax. Their music is based on improvisation and energy, that later translates to compositions.

Their playing style is influenced by artists such as Badbadnotgood, Tatran, Fela Kuti, Avishai Cohen, King Crimson and more.

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