And One release new video: 'Aigua'Posted on 10/09/12
While And One will probably soon announce its departure from SPV to launch the next material on the band's own label, it also found the time to announce a brand new video: "Aigua", which is Catalan for 'water'. The video was directed by Adolf Steinhimmel.
The track does not feature And One's Steve Naghavi but just guest singer Vivi on vocals. Nice song, nice video.
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Posted by B. Van Isacker
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