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Everybody has a name. His is Qwentin. Qwentin is a storyteller, constantly searching
for his identity in every story he tells. He lives in a world where things happen under
a certain sequence. As in movies. As in real life. Besides all the déjà-vus and the
clichés, there are no choruses here. Each moment is a moment. Each story is a story.
Each story is several stories, which cross and uncross at every passing frame.
And carry on their separate ways.

Qwentin is a Portuguese rock band formed in Cartaxo in 2003. It consists of Drepopoulos Qwentinsson (bass guitar), Gospodar Qwentinsson (guitar, vocals), Morloch Qwentinsson (samples, keyboards), Qweon Qwentinsson (guitar, vocals) and Bárány Qwentinsson (drums). Qwentin has a prominent visual component to accompany their music. On stage, they appear with make-up, black ties and long skirts, always with a dark theatrical theme.

From different musical projects of a variety of genres, Qwentin formed for their notion of “alternative”, placed somewhere between science fiction and fantasy. Their music is marked with a worldwide atmosphere and cinematographic influences, based on the multiplicity of languages and on the creation of stories that evolve as movies. Assuming themselves as an European band, as confirmed by themselves in an interview to the newspaper “O Mirante”, Qwentin was formed in Cartaxo and had their premiere in Festival Tejo – a summer festival dedicated to Portuguese bands from all steps of the stairway of success.

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