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Free Download: Choir Of Young Believers' Orchestral 'Patricia's Thirst'

Get a track from their upcoming second album, 'Rhine Gold'

December 8, 2011 11:15 AM ET

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Choir of Young Believers
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Click to listen to Choir of Young Believer's 'Patricia's Thirst'

Danish orchestral pop group Choir of Young Believers will release their second album, Rhine Gold, March 20th on Ghostly International. Founding songwriter and vocalist Jannis Noya Makrigiannis explains that the lush "Patricia's Thirst" is structurally different than the group's other tracks.

"'Patricia's Thirst' is the fastest and shortest song we have ever recorded in the band. Not that it is particularly fast or short, but for us it is," Makrigiannis says. "Nis Bysted and Aske Zidore, our two friends who produced and recorded the song with us, forced us to play the song three times as fast in the studio as we intended. I was almost crying in despair and felt very misunderstood, but after screaming at each other for half a day, I actually ended up preferring their tempo over ours."

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