Dorian ponen fecha a las primeras presentaciones de “Futuros imposibles”

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Dorian sets date for first performances of “Impossible Futures”

“Impossible futures”the new long-playing record of Dorianwill be released next October. And it will only be a few days before the Barcelona band begins the tour to present the album, starting in Spain. For now, the first dates have already been announced.

You have already been able to listen to how “Algo Especial” and “El Sur” sound in the studio, the group’s new single for which they have had the guest voice of Santiago Motorized of He Killed a Motorcycle PolicemanNow it’s time for you to hear them in concert, along with other new songs that Marc, Belly, Lisandro and Bart will release in October.

The combination of dance, pop, rock, electronic music and emotive lyrics like few others results in the formula that has made Dorian one of the most beloved groups in the independent scene in our country. That’s why you can already reserve a date to go see them in concert. The first dates of presentation of “Impossible futures” will be in Donosti (7 November, Victoria Eugenia Theatre), Vitoria (14 November, Jimmy Jazz), Pamplona (15 November, Zentral), Madrid (29 November, Las Ventas), Girona (13 December, La Mirona) and Tarragona (14 December, Tarraco Arena)Tickets are on sale at

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