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1. Indygo (stylized as IndyGo) is a Latvian progressive rock band formed in Rīga, Latvia in 2002. The band has released three full length albums and one EP.
After achieving great success at various Latvian music festivals, the band recorded their debut album Indygo in 2005; in 2007 they released an EP Under Construction that was recorded in Tonteknik Studio, Sweden. In late 2009, came the announcement of an indefinite hiatus in order for band members to pursue other interests. They reformed in 2011 and released their second studio album Decoy followed up with an extensive Latvia - wide tour in 2013.
The new album, entitled Stars, was published on Bandcamp in July 2015.
Mārtiņš Vaters - guitars, vocals;
Mārtiņš Leja - bass, backing vocals;
Miks Riekstiņš - drums.
Jānis Volkinšteins - guitars;
Gunārs Baldzēns - synthesizers;
Linda Ikauniece - bass;
Andrejs Verza - drums.
2. Indygo formed in the fall of 2005. Since the very beginning, girls worked under direction of Dominika Płonka in Youth Culture Club in Gliwice, Poland. They sing a cappella - Irish folk songs, sea shanties and songs of the sea together with gospel, in four to seven-voice arrangements.
The group released their first full album, titled Oddech Morza in 2010. It was followed by an EP No Longer Whaling Wives in 2013.
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