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Music show: Sirens of Lesbos take us on a gentle world trip

By Abiodun Ogundairo
08 November 2020   |   9:42 am
Sirens of Lesbos started off as a challenge to create the perfect Ibiza summer hit, but soon turned into a group who blend different sounds and styles together from world beat to nu-soul. Although they are based in Switzerland, the band members are of different heritages: Czech, Sudanese and Eritrean, origins that can be found in their musical infusion. We caught up with Arci and Jasmina from the band to find out more about their first album, SOL, which comes out this week.

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