Since forming in the 90s, Russian rock band Leningrad has become known for its ‘gypsy punk’ style and expletive-heavy lyrics that cover subjects such as alcoholism. The 16-piece group disbanded in 2008, but reformed in 2010 and since then has released a flurry of new songs and videos.
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