Noah & The Whale

Wenn Londoner Folkloristen Brooklyn besingen

Michael Pilz

Mit ihrem Album "Last Night On Earth" liefern Noah & The Whale nachtaktive Rock- und Popsongs, die verdächtig nach Lou Reed klingen.

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