The Netherlands: The Common Linnets’ latest news!

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The Dutch group The Common Linnets, runners-up at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen, have recently released their new single We Don’t Make The Wind Blow.

Their single will be featured on their upcoming new album, and the band will also embark on another tour through The Netherlands in the autumn/winter of 2015.

A snippet of We Don’t Make The Wind Blow, which is the soundtrack for the new mystery-series Wayward Pines broadcast by FOX, was released a few weeks ago. Now, the entire single is released and available via iTunes, Spotify, and other media. The song has already hit the top of the iTunes-chart. Listen to We Don’t Make The Wind Blow below:

We Don’t Make The Wind Blow will feature on The Common Linnets‘ upcoming new album. Besides working on their new album, The Common Linnets will embark on a Dutch tour, starting on the 13th of November 2015. See all dates below:

13 November 2015: Muziekcentrum, Enschede
15 November 2015: Rodahal, Kerkrade
21 November 2015: Paradiso, Amsterdam (ticket sales start Saturday May 9th)
28 November 2015: De Vereeniging, Nijmegen
04 December 2015: Muziekgebouw, Eindhoven
10 December 2015: Paard van Troje, Den Haag (ticket sales start Friday May 8th)
12 December 2015: De Maaspoort, Venlo (ticket sales start Friday May 8th)
13 December 2015: De Oosterpoort, Groningen
16 December 2015: TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht
19 December 2015: 013 Poppodium, Tilburg

For information about ticket sales and prices, check:, or contact the venue.

The Common Linnets represented The Netherlands at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark,  with the song Calm After The Storm.

Since their participation in Eurovision the group centered around Dutch singer Ilse DeLange has won numerous prizes and topped the music charts in many countries, earning national and international success. Watch their performance of Calm After The Storm during the grand final of Eurovision 2014 once again:

Stay tuned to for all the news on the Eurovision Song Contest, past and present!