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Dobbeltgjenger Freaks out Dancers

Dobbeltgjenger is a band from Bergen with some psychedelic tendencies that are apparently too much for the dancers in this video to handle. This is the title track from their debut album.

by Jon Davis, Published 2018-01-18


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