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Tillian
Country
Israel
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Tillian is a progressive rock band from Israel. The group features Leah Marcu (lead vocals), Alexandra Marcu (cello), Yadin Moyal (guitar), Yoav Weinberg (drums), Yanai Avnet (bass), and Lior Goldberg (keyboards).
Website
http://www.tillian.band
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Releases on file (1)
Tillian — Lotus Graveyard Tillian — Lotus Graveyard
(Bandcamp no#, 2019, CD / DL)

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