In today’s Sunday Music Show we’ll be listening to the most recent album by the Czech alternative rock band Priessnitz. The group, established in 1990 by Jaromír Švejdík and Petr Kružík, has always been closely tied to the north Moravian town of Jeseník, and their new album is no exception. Zero Gravity was released after a ten-year pause and despite critical acclaim, the band has said it will be their last.
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