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March 10, 2017 was the release date of ‘Native Land’.
Musicians on this track include Ton Scherpenzeel from Kayak and Camel on keyboards, Dutch top vocalist Martin van der Starre (Jesus Christ Superstar, We Will Rock You - the musical) on lead vocals and Helmut Krumminga, best known as lead guitarist with German superband BAP on guitars.
‘Native Land’ is mastered by Frank Arkwright (Coldplay, Arcade Fire, Snow Patrol,
Oasis) at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London.


released May 21, 2018
Written by : Jan Vranken, Joost Peters & Martin van der Starre
Drums : Sjoerd Rutten
Guitars : Helmut Krumminga
Bass: Joost Peters
Keyboards : Ton Scherpenzeel
Vocals : Martin van der Starre
Backing Vocals : Cindy Oudshoorn
Produced by : Jan Vranken & Joost Peters
Mixed by : Martin Merenyi, London - UK
Mastered @ Abbey Road Studio , London UK by Frank Arkwright

Artwork by Hans Bremmers


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Bridging The Divide is not a normal rockband , it is a recording-project, based in the Netherlands. They have a distinctive approach to music, blurring the lines between the deep and diverse sound of the 70s, yet endowing their music with a modern age. ... more

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