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“Portals”, the new album of The Last 3 Lines

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It’s been 5 years since the release of “Visions from Oniria“, the last album by The Last 3 Lines. In between, there was an acoustic EP (“Leafless“, 2013) and an electric EP (“New songs for old rites“, 2013), which already made see the path to the sound we find in “Portals“: rock skillfully mixed with progressive folk, vocals every day more impressive, deep keys and a deep lyric part, always flirting with darkness. The now 5-piece band, after the leave of Sergio Pardo[…]

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2016 goals

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With the arrival of the new year, at Aloud Music we renew efforts (new logo, new website) and launch a new section of articles. Here, together with the interviews section, we’ll give the website a small journalistic touch to let you know what’s happening in the label and our bands, told by the people who are Aloud. To get started, we asked our bands their New Year’s resolution. It will be an important year for Exxasens, after releasing “Back to Earth” and their European tour,[…]

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THE LAST 3 LINES IN BARCELONA

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The Last 3 Lines will celebrate the end of their “New Songs for Old Rites” tour, before going to studio to record their new album. In order to do that, they are organizing together with Aloud Music a party/gig to play a full show in their hometown 8 month after the presentation of the EP and just a few weeks after their show at Primavera Sound, which you can watch the full-set here on Arte.tv. A unique opportunity to see a constantly growing band and[…]

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THE LAST 3 LINES IN MADRID

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The Last 3 Lines + The Soulbreaker Company Sat 3rd May – Moby Dick Tickets here at Bandeed Contemporary rock, psychedelia, non comercial feelings and good quality are common points into The Last 3 Lines and The Soulbreaker Company career. The Last 3 Lines are coming back to Madrid afther the release of “New Songs for Old Rites“, their 5th work, the continuation of “You are a deep forest” (Sinlovers, 2007), “Crows” (Aloud, 2009), “Visions from Oniria” (Aloud, 2011) and[…]

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