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22 hours this month including two sessions and a special tribute to CAN

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The Valkyrians

The Valkyrians
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™The Valkyrians is a five-piece ska patrol from the Finnish capital Helsinki. Band was founded in 2002.

Their groovy tunes are a mix of early reggae, traditional 60’s Jamaican ska and British two tone, spiced up with a fresh touch.

After the release of their debut album High and Mighty in September 2006, the group has been playing at sold-out venues all over Finland. The album debuted at no. 24 in the official Charts and the first single Rankin’ Fullstop spent over a month in Top 20, climbing at its best to no. 6.

The Valkyrians were also awarded as the Most Danceable Act of 2006 by the prestigious Finnish rock magazine Rumba, and their single Do You Really Wanna Know won the Best Song of 2006 Award at the Finnish Funk Awards.

High and Mighty will be out in Central Europe on the 30th of March on Pork Pie, and a European tour commences in April.
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