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International plans for Urban Trad

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Urban Trad, the band which represented Belgium at the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest, is gaining more international popularity. This week their single De l'air has been added to the play list of BBC Radio in the United Kingdom and their latest album Elem has been released in several European countries.

De l'air is the first single from the album Elem, which has already been released in Belgium, the Netherlands and Greece. In two weeks, Elem will also be available in the Spanish shops. Meanwhile BBC Radio has added De l'air to its playlist. The album Elem was produced by Simon Emmerson of the group Afro Celts and was partly recorded in the legendary Studio One in London.

Urban Trad have recently been promoting their songs in Scandinavia and will be appearing on stage in the Netherlands, France and Italy in the near future. Check out www.urbantrad.com for video clips of Urban Trad's live performance of some of their biggest hits, including Kerua, Mecanix, Sanomi and Vodka time.

Urban Trad finished second with the song Sanomi at the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest in Riga.

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