New single: Falling

Feb 15, 2018
Hi everybody!I'm super happy to announce that my brand new single 'Falling' is out!…
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New Song: Anything

Jul 30, 2017
NEW SONG! It's been a year since I officially released new music, and that's about to…
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Sep 03, 2016
Woohoo! Homegrown baby! Check us out at BIRD on September 29th!
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Thank you Dordrecht!

Sep 03, 2016
We had a blast at our recent gig at DOOR in Dordrecht. We also stuck around for the jam…

New Single "I Found Me"

Jul 29, 2016
Boom! Just released a new song... *mic drop*... This latest tune is called 'I Found Me'.…
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[Next Show] Eendracht Festival Rotterdam 21 July 2016

Jul 18, 2016
We're very excited to perform at Eendracht Festival on Thursday July 21st. Check us out…
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It's You, It's Me (lyrics)

Apr 12, 2015
It's You, It's Me Your eyes, exploredAre deep like an oceanSo vast, and pureLike a siren…
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Performing a cover of Major Lazer & DJ Snake feat MØ live on OPEN Rotterdam radio

Apr 10, 2015
// Mooi! Rotterdamse singer-songwriter Bryan van Putten speelt een cover van Lean on van…

Jamming with Monica

Hey y'all. Monica Pulido and I have started practicing the Aruba national anthem for our performance March 24th. That's the date this year, for the annual Aruba Day celebration.

It's a huge celebration with thousands of people, excellent live music and good food which is always held on the first Sunday after the official flag day (March 18th). (

The music for Aruba Dushi Tera was originally composed by Rufo Wever and the lyrics were thought up by Juan Chabaya (Padu) Lampe. Aruba Dushi Tera was actually recorded in 1952, but was only adopted as the national anthem on March 18th, 1976.The beautiful symphonies heard in the official version of the anthem were performed by a Venezuelan orchestra under the direction of Anibal Abreu. Check it out!  

Aruba Dushi Tera (English translation thanks to Wikipedia)








Aruba appreciated native land
our venerated cradle
you may be small and simple
but yet you are respected.

Oh Aruba dear country
our rock so beloved
our love for you is so strong
that nothing can destroy it. (repeat)

Your beaches so much admired
with palm trees all adorned
your coat of arms and flag
is the proudness of us all!


The greatness of our people
is their great cordiality
that God may guide and preserve
his love for liberty!


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