Pulse Park Band Photo

Sine Wave by Pulse Park

The three band members first met some time ago on an Arctic expedition in Qikiqtaaluk,
Nunavut/Canada, and started learning their instruments during the long polar nights. These were
ukuleles that they traded dry fruits for with the Inuit. After the successful introduction of a breeding
program for bowhead whales, the band decided to go back to Germany. But unfortunately, before
this could happen, huskies escaped with their belongings, so the guys had to get by by playing street
music in Canada’s pedestrian zones, singing about the Great White North. Songs all about the cold,
the dark, cod-liver oil and not forgetting the white Arctic hares.

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