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Synth-rockers Duchess Says have already gotten enough press to know that an interview is invariably just as much about the music as it is about their religious affiliations, which are generally afforded an equal, if not greater, amount of attention as the band itself.

Synth-rockers Duchess Says have already gotten enough press to know that an interview is invariably just as much about the music as it is about their religious affiliations, which are generally afforded an equal, if not greater, amount of attention as the band itself.

Self-described as “Moog rock”, the band employs music as a medium to promote the principles of the Church of Budgerigars, a religion centered around the Duchess, a type of deity they also call the spiritual budgie. The premise is that the music acts as a representation of the Duchess’ message, a communiqu

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