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Top Indie Rock Duo The Bergamot Brings A New World Sound That Feist Fans Have Been Looking For

Top Indie Rock duo The Bergamot brings a new world sound that Feist fans have been looking for in the past few years, a sound that is bound to capture new listeners from the start. This duo is guaranteed to make you fall head over heels for their lyrics that come from the heart and their music that will find a permanent place in your ears while digging their way deep into your soul. The uplifting beats and touching melodies coupled with the wonderful voices of The Bergamot make you a believer that true artistry still exists and will definitely make you a fan of the indie rock genre. Their new single, “Forget About Tomorrow” is a perfect example of how their love of music, songwriting and performing has no bounds and that they produce music that really speaks to the listener. They are absolutely one of the best duo’s out there and fans of artists like Feist will not be disappointed. Their songs showcase life experiences that transcend feelings, emotions or even lifetimes; a collection of these powerful moments is showcased in their new album “Tones”.

You can purchase “Forget About Tomorrow” on iTunes. To stay informed about whats going with The Bergamot, visit them on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. You can also check out their official website www.TheBergamot.com.

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Youngblood Hawke Is Pretty Awesome But The Bangin’ New Duo The Bergamot Will Steal Your Heart And Soul

Youngblood Hawke is pretty awesome but the bangin’ new duo The Bergamot will steal your heart and soul. The Bergamot, as an essential oil, is meant to uplift and relax you, and Bergamot, the band, does that and more. They nourish your mind, your body, your soul and encourage you to shine on; after all, you are what you listen to. Their new album “Tones” encompasses what this creative duo is all about. The rich lyrics that were written from the heart, from their actual life experiences and keen observations, coupled with their transcendent voices that harmonize so well are all evident in their highly anticipated album “Tones” and a taste of the album can be heard in the first single off the album, “Forget About Tomorrow”.

You can purchase “Forget About Tomorrow” on iTunes at: http://bit.ly/iTunes-ForgetAboutTomorrow. To stay informed about what’s going with The Bergamot, visit them on Facebook at: http://bit.ly/TheBergamot-Facebook, YouTube at: http://bit.ly/TheBergamot-Youtube, and Twitter at: http://bit.ly/TheBergamot-Twitter. You can also check out their official website www.TheBergamot.com.

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Formidable Pop Rock Duo Catch Lighting In a Bottle With Their New Single Forget About Tomorrow

Formidable pop rock duo catch lighting in a bottle with their new single “Forget About Tomorrow”. The Bergamot – who take their name from a happiness inducing, stress relieving, essential oil – are basically the musical equivalent of their therapeutic namesake. Their melodies are bright and honest, and their voices are transfixing. These qualities can be seen on display in all their wonderful glory on their newest single “Forget About Tomorrow” which was just released on May 12th. The song possesses a cheerful disposition without beating you over the head with rainbows and unicorns. It is ethereal and otherworldly, yet at the very same time, it is grounded in reality. Perhaps this desire to heal people with their music is the most significant part of this band and their music. With their uncanny ability to create music that expertly conveys tone and feeling, it’s no wonder they have already shared the stage alongside several well known contemporaries and have gained an enthusiastic following so early in their career.

You can purchase “Forget About Tomorrow” on iTunes. To stay informed about whats going with The Bergamot, visit them on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. You can also check out their official website www.TheBergamot.com.

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