The first step in that process was to release their first EP, "Bloody Game", which saw light October 12th 2009. The girls mixed the EP with the notable electronic producer Thomas Barfod, with whom they have been working to create a balance between pop and avant-garde, male and female energy, the organic and the industrial, and the past and the future. In 2009 - before having any releases to their credit - Giana Factory toured Scandinavia, Germany and all around Denmark, playing shows at SPOT Festival and Roskilde Festival, as well as supporting Glasvegas on tour. Their debut album In 2014, "Save The Youth" was released in 2010.
After the release of their second album, "Lemon Moon" in 2014, Giana Factory disbanded. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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