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Quadron: “Wounds”

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Ever since I saw the movie Sister Act, there was no bigger dream than to attend a real American gospel choir. Unfortunately there isn’t anything remotely close to that in Denmark. That felt like a disadvantage at one point, but I learned to see it as a way of me to stand out, since there are so many brilliant church singers in the states.

Robin Hannibal and Coco of Quadron linked up with Life + Times for an interview. The duo talked about growing up in Denmark, the soul scene there, their relationship as Quadron, and more.  They also debut a new track, “Wounds”, which is the alternate version of “Simili Life”.  Peep the interview and the new track here.

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