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Spotify Playlist – February 2019

Happy new year Celestials!

We’re back with our first Spotify Playlist of 2019 – and what a killer batch of tracks we’ve got this time! We’ve chosen to ride the all-devouring SoMe wave that is the 10 year challenge. In other words: we believe these songs released in 2009 still stand the test of time.
And remember; if you agree please do “follow” our playlist.

Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on each track….
And while you’re at it – please make us all very happy and follow our artist page as well. 🙂

 

Rasmus Sjøgren
Leadsinger, guitarist, keyboard, songwriter.

Track 1 The Big Exit
Album In This Light and on This Evening (2009)
Artist Editors
Depeche Mode mates with David Bowie and gives birth to this enticing British earl grey suit.”

Track 2 Acid Bubble
Album Black Gives Way to Blue (2009)
Artist Alice in Chains
“How could I not pick this song…?”

Jeppe Pradsgaard Holm
Keyboard, pads, effects.

Track 1 The Czar
Album Crack the Skye (2009)
Artist Mastodon
“For those brave enough to follow this album defined a new direction for progressive metal.”

Track 2 Teflon
Album Octahedron
Artist The Mars Volta
“The Last kick from Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Mars Volta.”

Track 3 Downpipe
Album Downpipe – single (2009)
Artist Mark Knight, D. Ramirez vs. Underworld
“So this has been the sound of EDM ever since…”

Kenneth Rønsholt Østergaard
Guitarist, backing vocals, keyboard.

Track 1 Oblivion
Album Crack the Skye (2009)
Artist Mastodon
“This intro riff simply sticks to your brain and appeals to your inner progressive-metal soul on a whole new level.”

Track 2 The Incident
Album The Incident (2009)
Artist Porcupine Tree
“Last hurrah from the great proggers.”

Nicklas Sebastian Winther Pedersen
Bass player

Track 1 Harmony Korine
Album Insurgentes (2009)
Artist Steven Wilson

Track 2 Last Of My Kind
Album Black Gives Way To Blue (2009)
Artist Alice in Chains

 

Chris Bjørumslet
DRUMMER, PERCUSSIONIST, dirt provider.

Track 1 My Girls
Album Merriweather Post Pavilion (2009)
Artist Animal Collective
“The sound of a magic trick unfolding.”

Track 2 Wrong
Album Sounds of the Universe (2009)
Artist Depeche Mode
“Like drawing a bath of synths and getting punched in the face at the same time.”

Track 3 Assume Form
Album Assume Form (2019)
Artist James Blake

 

Check out our first ever playlist from January 2018: http://bit.ly/Celestify 

Spotify Playlist – September 2018

Hep Celestials!
We’re back with our monthly updated Spotify Playlist. This time it’s a collection of rainy Danish songs designed to make your autumnal particularly wet.
As always our September Spotify playlist consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired by.
And remember; if you like our picks please do “follow” it.

Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on this months tracks….
And while you’re at it – please make us all very happy and follow our artist page as well. 🙂

 

Rasmus Sjøgren
Leadsinger, guitarist, keyboard, songwriter.

Track 1 Beautiful Balloon
Album A Triumph for Man (1997)
Artist Mew
First signs of these magicians abilities.”

Track 2 Among Eternity
Album (2018)
Artist We Are Negan
Hard-hitting bastard child from some of DK’s finest djent rockers – featuring members from CABAL, Days of June and Siamese.”

Jeppe Pradsgaard Holm
Keyboard, pads, effects.

Track 1 Into the trees (Serenetti pt. 3) 
Album The Last Resort
Artist Trentemøller
“Debut from one of the most defining artists in nordic electronica in this millenium.”

Track 2 Mirador
Album Parades
Artist Efterklang
“A totally unique approach to instrumentation – still a minimalistic moody soundscape that once again shows great musical abstraction from efterklang.”

Kenneth Rønsholt Østergaard
Guitarist, backing vocals, keyboard.

Track 1 Lever Vi Nu?
Album Kommer med Fred (2016)
Artist Spids Nøgenhat
“This time machine back to the Danish 70’s, with its psychedelic-hippie-like sound, goes well with the changing colors of the season.”

Track 2 Battering Ram
Album Tûndra (2014)
Artist Black Book Lodge
“Something that’s sure to warm your bones!.”

Nicklas Sebastian Winther Pedersen
Bass player

Track 1 Du Drømmer om et Andet Sted
Album De Ti Skud (2004)
Artist Mikael Simpson

Track 2 Synchro
Album Synchro (2018)
Artist Noosfære
“I love this guy.”

 

Chris Bjørumslet
DRUMMER, PERCUSSIONIST, dirt provider.

Track 1 Sophia
Album Forsvinder (2016)
Artist Bremer/Mccoy
“Soulful, meditative jazz by brilliant duo Jonathan Bremer and Morten Mccoy. Perfect album for a day of rainy windows.”

Track 2 I Love You
Album The Mothercycle (2017)
Artist The Mothercycle
“Simple and sexy bedroom tune by one of the most interesting Danish bands around right now.”

 

Find more in depth info on Januarys playlist: http://bit.ly/Celestify 

Spotify Playlist – August 2018

Heya Celestials!
Yet another update on our Spotify Playlist. We are most certainly very happy with our picks this month and we really hope you find something you like. As always our August Spotify playlist consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired by.
And remember; if you like our picks please do “follow” it.

Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on this months tracks….
And while you’re at it – please make us all very happy and follow our artist page as well. 🙂

 

Rasmus Sjøgren
Leadsinger, guitarist, keyboard, songwriter.

Track 1 Swarming
Album Tripper (2004)
Artist Efterklang
Crackling electro spheres.”

Track 2 The One You Know
Album Ranier Fog (coming 2018)
Artist Alice in Chains
New tunes from one of the last breathing grungeasaurs.”

Track 3 Demiurg
Album Synchro (2018)
Artist Noosfære
Euphonious soundscapes.

Jeppe Pradsgaard Holm
Keyboard, pads, effects.

Track 1 Thickening
Album The Hunter
Artist Mastodon

Track 2 Love Electrcution
Album Bittersweet
Artist In’R’Voice

Track 3 Zero Sum (with Gillian Gilbert & Stephen Morris)
Album Y34RZ3R0R3MIX3D
Artist Nine Inch Nails

Kenneth Rønsholt Østergaard
Guitarist, backing vocals, keyboard.

Track 1 I Saw The End
Album Heartless (2018)
Artist Pallbearer
“A modern grungy vibe.”

Track 2 The Ghost of Tom Joad
Album The Ghost of Tom Joad (1995)
Artist Bruce Springsteen
“I like the melancholy on this album.”

Track 3 Just Like Water
Album Israel Nash’s Rain Plains (2013)
Artist Israel Nash
“Lovely tunes. Sounds like a young Neil Young.”

Nicklas Sebastian Winther Pedersen
Bass player

Track 1 Smartfriend
Album Applause of a Distant Crowd (Oct. 2018)
Artist Vola
“Check out the music video for this song.”

Track 2 Long Long Long
Album White Album (1968)
Artist The Beatles
“Is it love, is it God…. Maybe that’s the same thing.”

Track 3 Before the Beginning
Album The Empyrian (2009)
Artist John Frusciante

“WOW!”

Chris Bjørumslet
DRUMMER, PERCUSSIONIST, dirt provider.

Track 1 LSeven Churches for St. Jude
Album Basic Volume (2018)
Artist Gaika
“Brilliant debut from dystopian warp newcomer.”

Track 2 Dielectric Saints
Album Go Hawaii (1998)
Artist Casino Versus Japan
“Chillaxation for body and mind. Big fan of Mr. Kowalski.”

Track 3 Vented
Album Wet Will Always Dry
Artist Blawan
“Everything will always get wet with this banging tune!.”

 

Find more in depth info on Januarys playlist: http://bit.ly/Celestify 

Spotify Playlist – June 2018

Hola Celestials!
Summer is upon us and we’ve put together a little mixtape for those warm nights – just for your listening pleasure.
You’ll only find quality music on this list so kick back and let us ‘DJ’ you through that tan as it’s spreading across your face. Our June Spotify playlist consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired by.
And as always; if you like our picks please do “follow” it.

Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on this months tracks….
And while you’re at it – please make us all very happy and follow our artist page as well. 🙂

 

Rasmus Sjøgren
Leadsinger, guitarist, keyboard, songwriter.

Track 1 No Mistakes
Album ye (2018)
Artist Kanye West
Alluring contrasts by the egocentric spitfire.”

Track 2 Ampersand
Album Side One (2005)
Artist Adrian Belew
The supergroup term taken to the extremes: what would you get if you were to season your daily King Crimson with the healing properties of Tool and then sprinkle on some nice crunchy Primus….? Well – listen for yourself man!”

Track 3 Wonderful Wonderful
Album Wonderful Wonderful (2017)
Artist The Killers
Surprisingly well crafted seashells by the pop dudes.

Jeppe Pradsgaard Holm
Keyboard, pads, effects.

Track 1 Everybody’s Coming To My House
Album American Utopia
Artist David Byrne

Track 2 Life’s What You Make It
Album Life’s What You Make It (single)
Artist Placebo

Track 3 Long Distance Runaraound
Album Fragile
Artist Yes

Kenneth Rønsholt Østergaard
Guitarist, backing vocals, keyboard.

Track 1 Déjame
Album Hillside Tunings
Artist Christian Alvad
“A great composer and master of the acoustic guitar, especially his slide guitar work on this track is simply brilliant.”

Track 2 I Spit Roses
Album Ninth
Artist Peter Murphy
“One of the godfathers of goth. I like the style and sound of his melodies and voice in genereal. Here on this track he sounds a bit drunk.”

Track 3 Old Man
Album Harvest
Artist Neil Young
“Such talent, voice and wisdom in such a young man (at the date of release) is just something you can’t let slide.”

Nicklas Sebastian Winther Pedersen
Bass player

Track 1 Can we really party today?
Album Gentle Spirit (2011)
Artist Jonathan Wilson

Track 2 Hazey Jane I
Album Bryter Layter (1970)
Artist Nick Drake

Track 3 To Heal
Album Oblivion with Bells (2007)
Artist Underworld

Chris Bjørumslet
DRUMMER, PERCUSSIONIST, dirt provider.

Track 1 Lithuania
Album A Livingroom Hush (2001)
Artist Jaga Jazzist
“Cosy cocktails in the sun.”

Track 2 Surf Solar
Album Tarot Sport (2009)
Artist Fuck Buttons
“Sensual soundscape attacks by Mr. Hung and Mr. Power.”

Track 3 Folkmusik för folk som inte kan bete sig som folk
AlbumFolkmusik för folk som inte kan bete sig som folk
Artist bob hund
“With bob hund, the score is always 1-0 to Sweden.”

 

Find more in depth info on Januarys playlist: http://bit.ly/Celestify 

Holy Bass

Hi there!

For those interested, I thought I’d make a run through of the gear I use in the bass groove department of ‘Holy Cycle’.
I play my beloved Mørch Bass guitar. Headless, whether you like it or not, it feels outstanding to play, and it just has a very clear and distinctive tone. It comes with both an active and a passive function. Specifically for this song, I’m using the passive one.
For amps, I use an Ampeg SVT Classic and an Ampeg 8×10 bass cabinet. For pedals I use an MXR M87 bass compressor and my Microtubes B3K CMOS bass overdrive. That is pretty much the composition of what I use on this particular track.
Hope you enjoyed viewing and listening!

Nicklas

Spotify Playlist – April 2018

Greetings Celestials!
You’re about to embark on a musical adventure of almost limitless joy and exciting findings as you’re fixating your ears upon our April Spotify playlist.
It consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired by.
And as always; if you like our picks please do “follow” it.

Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on this months tracks….
And while you’re at it – please make us all very happy and follow our artist page as well. 🙂

 

Rasmus Sjøgren
Leadsinger, guitarist, keyboard, songwriter.

Track 1 Prelude to a Million Years
Album Five (2018)
Artist Tony Banks
The master returns with five epic orchestral pieces.

Track 2 Dirty Rain
Album Soul of an Octopus (2017)
Artist O.R.k.
Chilling sounds from the prog super group (Chris C. didn’t die in vain).”

Track 3 The Pleasant Surprise
Album The Direction of Last Things (2015)
Artist Intronaut
Eargasm!

Jeppe Pradsgaard Holm
Keyboard, pads, effects.

Track 1 Loveless (6-25/6.00hr)
Album The Grid
Artist Mega Drive

Track 2 Oxygene, pt. 15
Album Oxygene 3
Artist Jean-Michele Jarre

Track 3 Around the Fur
Album Around the Fur
Artist Deftones

Kenneth Rønsholt Østergaard
Guitarist, backing vocals, keyboard.

Track 1 Held
Album Kiasmos
Artist Kiasmos
Upbeat, melodic and soulful Icelandic tunes.

Track 2 Crackerman
Album MTV Unplugged
Artist Stone Temple Pilots
I just love the 12-string guitar violence on this one.

Track 3 Digital Gerrymandering
Album The Direction of Last Things
Artist Intronaut
Simply high quality prog metal.

Nicklas Sebastian Winther Pedersen
Bass player

Track 1 The Shooting Star
Album Magma (2016)
Artist Gojira
Amazing album.”

Track 2 Talktalk
Album Eat the Elephant (2018)
Artist A Perfect Circle
Can’t pick Tool (on Spotify).

Track 3 Deeper Understanding
Album The Sensual World (1989)
Artist Kate Bush

Chris Bjørumslet
DRUMMER, PERCUSSIONIST, dirt provider.

Track 1 Warszawa
Album Low (1977)
Artist David Bowie
What’s to say really? An amazing track off an even more fantastic record! One of my favourite places to visit is this particular record. David also lives in my head. Him and Brian Eno each have their separate rooms. Sometimes I can hear them wander around, whistling and making coffee, smoking cigarettes, talking together.

Track 2 Dream Baby Dream
Album Dream Baby Dream – single (1979)
Artist Suicide
A pure gem that always makes me smile. A lot of music owe Alan Vega and Martin Rev a huge debt! As a musician, and a fan, I’m always swimming in their river.

Track 3 Pink Turns to Blue
Album Zen Arcade
Artist Hüsker Dü
This record was quite a game changer for me. It had a profound effect of how I view rock music as a whole, and it’s one of those records that has formed me into the musician I am today.

 

Find more in depth info on Januarys playlist: http://bit.ly/Celestify 

Spotify Playlist – February 2018

Hello there!

Second edition of our monthly recurring Spotify playlist – if you like our picks, please do “follow” it.
It consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired by.

Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on this months tracks….
And while you’re at it – please make us happy and follow our artist page as well. 🙂

 

Rasmus Sjøgren
Leadsinger, guitarist, keyboard, songwriter.

Track 1 School
Album Bleach
Artist Nirvana
Gnawing grunge at its finest.”

Track 2 Colors
Album Colors
Artist Beck
Shinny new tunes from one of the world’s leading pop oddballs.”

Track 3 Storyteller
Album Storyteller
Artist Gleb Kolyadin
The piano virtuoso reveals the first notes from his debut solo album with an absolute all star guest line up. February 23rd will be interesting indeed.”

 

Jeppe Pradsgaard Holm
Keyboard, pads, effects.

Track 1 Soul Modulation
Album Winter Limbo
Artist Noosfære
This very promising project that spans really wide. Here he introduces a unique ambitious ambient sound flow with a lot of depth.”

Track 2 Ultimatum
Album Utopia
Artist Murcof
This Mexican artist has a very deep pool of self-produced sample and sends them of on a track of straight beats and synths.”

Track 3 Fanfare
Album Enclosure
Artist John Frusciante
Mister master melancholic! In this album he brilliantly wraps his always deathly lyrics in a chaos of trip hop beats. But as always accompanied by the most life confirming melodies.”

 

 

Kenneth Rønsholt Østergaard
Guitarist, backing vocals, keyboard.

Track 1 Blue Walsh
Album Cold Dark Place
Artist Mastodon
Something a wee bit different from the heavy-prog masters.”

Track 2 Keep
Album Felt
Artist Nils Frahm
It´s hard to pick a stand alone track from this artist But i really like this album opener. It´s low-key and maybe because of that, a catalyst for emotions.”

Track 3 Woodbine
Album Soma
Artist Windhand
Really cool band with a sound that can knock your socks off! Also, the way Dorthia Cottrell uses her voice is really interesting i think. Put this record on while you drive into the sunset.”

Chris Bjørumslet
DRUMMER, PERCUSSIONIST, dirt provider.

Track 1 Dot in the Sky
Album Demonstration (2017)
Artist Drab Majesty
” A mesmerizing mixture of an alien, a mime and a priestess all in one body. One of my favourite records last year!”

Track 2 Dominos
Album The Mothercycle (2017)
Artist The Mothercycle
“A powerful banger by one of the most interesting danish acts around at the moment!”

Track 3 Little Sunflower
Album Kev Beadle presents Private Collection Vol. 3
Artist Louis Hayes Group
Soothing fusion jazz for the mind and soul by Louis Hayes and fusion grandmaster Leon Thomas!”

Nicklas Sebastian Winther Pedersen
Bass player

Track 1 Firth of Fifth
Album Selling England by the Pound (1973)
Artist Genesis
For me, Firth of Fifth really is one of the most fundamental and game changing pieces of music in progressive rock. Truly amazing!”

Track 2 Thru the Eyes of Ruby
Album Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness (1995)
Artist Smashing Pumpkins
The ending of this song forever changed my perception of what you can do with a rock song, and where you can take it. It is the pure sound of my teens, and I take great pride in being a Pumpkins fan with this song!”

Track 3 Raider ii
Album Grace for Drowning (2011)
Artist Steven Wilson
Steven Wilson has undergone many great works, especially with Porcupine Tree, but as a solo artist, my favourite album is Grace For Drowning, and why not kick things off with a 23 minutes long rock symphony?”

 

Find more in depth info on Januarys playlist: http://bit.ly/Celestify 

Death Wish

So I thought I’d just take you through a quick rundown of all the bells and whistles that make the rhythm train go choo-choo.

My primary kit with CS is a DW Collector’s Satin Maple. It consists of 10”+12” racks and 14”+16” floors, as well as a 22” bass. It is indeed my favourite kit, and it’s perfect as a session kit also, as it overall has such a diverse sound that it fits just about any genre.

I use a 6×14” DW Collector’s series bronze as my primary snare. It’s loud and sensitive, like myself, so we’re a perfect match for each other. It’s one of the most prized possessions in my drum arsenal, and I take it with me to pretty much any session I play. Also, I never grow tired of watching people pick it up, as it’s super heavy!

Hardware wise, I also use DW – There is simply nothing more reliable out there!

I have both a 5000 and 9000 series double bd pedal, but I found myself going back to the 5000 one, as it fits my playing style more at the moment. But I’ll probably take the 9000 out on the next tour and show it a good time.As far as woods go, I’ve played with just about every brand that is out there – though for me,
nothing beats (pun intended) the Vater 5B or Fusion sticks (depending on the session).

CB Drums

For the rock and heavy oriented stuff, I use the 5Bs, and for the more ‘light’ stuff I use the Fusions. Vater all the way!

For cymbals I use a lot of different brands, depending on the session. for my current CS-setup, I’ve grown quite fond of the Istanbul Xist series, as they’re very loud and crispy sounding, and they fit the overall sound landscape nicely. I have a 18” and 16” crash on my left and a swiss 18” on my right, as well as a 20” china on the far right.
Up front there’s an 8” china, plus a 6” splash.
In this setup, I also use a Sabian 20” Stage ride, which I’ve been using since my mid teens – a long time ago! It has a nice vintage sound to it I think.

CB Show

 

From time to time I also use my beloved old Zildjian Avedis 18” crash from the mid 70’s. It just has that sweet, crisp sizzled ol’ school sound when hit.
For hi-hats, I mostly switch between a 12” Zildjian New Beat and an Alchemy 14”. Again, depending on the session.

I use Evans G2 coated drumheads at the moment. I think they have a great warmth and depth, which makes them ideal for progressive rock.

Thanks for reading and for watching the drum video – hope you enjoyed it. If you did then please support us by signing up for our newsletter and get ‘Death Wish’ as a free download.
CB.


Spotify Playlist – January 2018

Hi Guys!
We made this monthly recurring Spotify playlist – if you like our picks, please do “follow” it.
It consists of tracks we’ve been listening to this past month – not necessarily what we’re inspired by.

Just below the player you’ll find a little more in-depth details on this months tracks….

And while you’re at it – please make us happy and follow our artist page as well. 🙂 

PDF: CS Spotify playlist January18 

Min Oplevelse

At være med til at skabe musikvideoen Open Wound sammen med mit store idol indenfor visuel kunst Lasse Hoile og mit musikalske idol og ven Rasmus Sjøgren, var for mig en spirituel rejse, jeg aldrig vil glemme.

Raabjerg Mile 1Da Rasmus spurgte, om jeg havde lyst til at være med til optagelsen af musikvideoen Open Wound, vidste jeg med det samme, at det var en enorm tillidserklæring og jeg forstod, hvilket ansvar der fulgte med. Jeg havde flere opgaver under optagelserne, men for mig er det ikke de små opgaver, som at bære deres tasker med tøj og udstyr eller løbe efter forsyninger, der har sat sig fast. Nej, det er opgaven at være der, uden at være der, og skabe en tryghed omkring min tilstedeværelse, så Rasmus og Lasse Hoile kunne skabe det mesterværk, de gjorde.

“With years on a hopeless road, I am an open wound”

At stå på sidelinjen bag Lasse og hans linse og se Rasmus åbne sit sår for kunstens skyld, i en kulisse af rå, efterladte bunkere og et goldt Thy-landskab, dækket af et koldt, men ømt snetæppe, var en ærefrygtig og vidunderlig følelse på samme tid.
Ærefrygtig, fordi der var meget at lære og ikke tid til fejl, men vidunderligt fordi det strålede af liv og energi – celestial.

Jeg vidste, jeg kiggede på noget ægte og jeg vidste, at Lasse så dét! Lasse og Rasmus arbejder virkelig godt sammen, selvom de for mig virker til at have forskellige arbejdsmetoder. Lasse virker instinktpræget og lader til at finde sine ideer ude i landskabet, hvorimod Rasmus har en Raabjerg Mile 2mere gennemtænkt plan og har på en anden måde forberedt sig inden ved at kende området og vide, hvilke budskaber der skal igennem. De to ting virker rigtig godt sammen og for deres vedkommende kommer, der et råt og i særdeleshed anderledes produkt ud af det, som f.eks klippene fra bunkeren, hvor Rasmus står og synger og der bevæger sig lys rundt i hovedet på ham. Det var en idé, Rasmus havde, og Lasse så mulighederne i den. De bad mig om at gribe en lygte og lyse Rasmus i hovedet, imens han sang til lyden af min telefon, der spillede Open Wound inde i bunkeren.

Det hele var med vilje ret primitivt, udover Lasses udstyr selvfølgelig, men med den kraftfulde natur og kreative sjæle, skal der ikke mere til.

“Tears of endless pain, now I am an open wound, an open wound” Raabjerg Mile 3

Bag den rå kulisse var der skønhed. En ven lærte mig, at jeg ikke skal tage ære for noget, jeg ikke er eller ikke har gjort, men jeg skal tage æren for, hvem jeg er og hvad jeg gør. Det lyder banalt, men jeg mener de færreste lever i sandheden om dem selv.

Videoen var blevet til, selvom jeg ikke havde været med under optagelserne, men jeg oplevede en harmoni og så energier mødes og blive til noget større – jeg var en del af dét og mens jeg kiggede op til mine idoler, forstod jeg mig selv på en ny måde – mere ydmyg.

 

Tilfredsheden var stor blandt os alle tre efter bare to dages arbejde og jeg befandt mig det bedste sted af alle, i et sommerhus afskåret fra omverdenen med Lasse Hoile og Rasmus Sjøgren, der begge førte sig frem med ny musik og gamle historier.

“Black gold from a fathomless heart. From the spears of the lonely wars. I bleed like an open wound”

Min taknemmelighed er stor og jeg ved, at det kun lige er begyndelsen. Vi er allerede en del af historien, men ambitionerne for bandet er tårn høje. Vi ønsker, at komme ud til så mange mennesker som muligt med musikken, og derfor ville det gøre mig enormt glad, hvis du ville bruge et par sekunder og følge os på Spotify.

Nicklas Sebastian Winther Pedersen – bassist Celestial Son

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