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The Great Dictators ‘Killing Fields’ : a cauldron of happiness and expectations, clash right before your eyes.

The Great Dictators / Photo: Sebastian Buur

‘Killing Fields’ is electronic indie rock and psychedelic pop. A few inspirations include Leonard Cohen, The Psychedelic Furs and Kraftwerk. There’s a melancholic yet uplifting vibe to it – also when lead singer Dragut Lugalzagosi croons his lungs out: “In between your gutted dreams, turn to me.”

Sound. Unique sounds are what The Great Dictators cater to. The insurmountable rhetoric of sounds, whooshes over your senses when TGD plays their souls. With dreadnought gallantry of hope and despair, diluted into a soup of human fallacies, a cauldron of happiness and expectations, clash right before your eyes.

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LP ‘One Eye Opener’ will drop April 17th. Their other single ‘Play Dead Together’ is out now too.

The band is: Jakob Lundorff, Christoffer Hein and Dragut Lugalzagosi.

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