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New OfeliaDorme Music Video

Italian band OfeliaDorme have sent me a new video of theirs for us all to watch.  It’s the third in a recent series, and the band will be releasing a new album in January 2011.  The OfeliaDorme track featured in the video is ‘This World’.

OfeliaDorme have a distinctive sound, and you need to listen a few times to get into it, possibly.  Others may find it’s a case of ‘love at first listening’ and become fans of this Bologna, Italy based, but well travelled Italian band, on the spot.

It’s great to see they are doing well, and, by all accounts, growing too.  OfeliaDorme can be found on iTunes, but I’m not sure up and coming iTunes alternative Spotify has OfeliaDorme in its catalogue as Spotify is not yet available in Italy, which was the message I got when I tried to take a look at Spotify a few moments ago.

Perhaps someone who uses Spotify can confirm whether OfeliaDorme, or any of the Italian bands that have been written about in the Italian Music section of BlogfromItaly.com, are listed.  If you do go check, please come back here and let me know via a comment.  Thanks.

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OK, time for that OfeliaDorme video:

OfeliaDorme – This World

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6IhUuHzr5E[/youtube]

Hope you liked it.

You can find out more about OfeliaDorme on their website: OfeliaDorme.it – the site is in English and, of course, Italian.

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