Dpoint launch 'Love belong to the living' videoPosted on 28/06/12
Swedish synth duo Dpoint have just released a brand new video, "Love belong to the living". "Love belong to the living" is the first track taken from the self titled "Dpoint" album which was digitally released in March 2012. You can buy this album on iTunes. You can view the video right here or after the jump.
Previews of all songs on the new album are also available on Soundcloud, or below.
Swedish synthband dpoint was formed in 1987 in Trollhättan, Sweden by the original members Peter Andersson, Örjan Andersson and Robert Widell. Örjan was replaced by Anders Witren in 1988 and when Anders left the group in 1989 it has since consisted of Peter Andersson and Robert Widell, often with guest musician appearing in different roles both on recordings and on stage.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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