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The View from Dianas

Wednesday 3rd June / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Raised on Hit Machine compilations and named after a moon goddess, Dianas have their fingers in many pies right now.

The lo-fi, dreamy garage pop trio are about to launch a new single, they’re getting set to play the Fremantle Winter Music Festival, and they’re the latest stars of RTRFM's online short film series, The View from Here

Nathalie and Caitlin from the band came in to tell us what else they’ve been up to.

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