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Garmarna - Graceful But Not Gentle

No one combines Swedish folk music with rock and electronics quite like Garmarna. Here's a tune off their sixth album from 2016. Google tells me that "Nåden" means "Grace."

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-04-19


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