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CYHRA – Dreams Gone Wrong (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)

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  1. Bed70 777

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    I can't see anything special here, everythings monotone, I'm sosorry…

  2. Heker Novoa

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Nice. Great Singer

  3. Жуль Верн

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Cool

  4. Txu 18

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Invisible bass player

  5. Rafael Panice

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Awesome song/video! It's super catchy! Cyhra rocks!

  6. Txu 18

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Woooooouuuu

  7. Estigma Peru

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Where's the bass player?

  8. Yulia Markhutova

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Amazing band, great last album. I like Jake's voice, especially Lost In Time – unbelievable song!

  9. Janne Virkki

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    legit, a masterpiece! proud of you guys!

  10. Aronic Jey

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    I think this going to be Jesper's first band that won't get that much success… Really not as good as expected when they started the band, this song is much worse than the first ones they made.

  11. spazmoso

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    gettin tired of these chick singers

  12. cramx3

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    LOVE this song, my favorite from the album! 🤘🤘

  13. Metal Heart

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    m/

  14. greedo

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    sounds great, but i dont like the voice

  15. Jeremy Gurr

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Stellar band!

  16. Cuhster

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Early 2000s Be Like:

  17. ncvitek

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Вот это ни хера не Пламенные, но Йеспер как и прежде охеренный композитор

  18. musikfan

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Wow very Good Metal Good Vocals

  19. JammerDead

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    GO GO JAKE!

  20. hyperactivewhale

    27.03.2020 at 06:03

    Hey I’d recognise him anywhere- Amaranthe right?

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