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It took Happyendless 10 years to move out from the shadows ant hit the spotlight. Since 1998, this team of talented electronic music producers and DJs has been lending their sonic know-how to a number of Lithuanian pop stars. Producing Guma by Sel (one of the most popular Lithuanian dance music albums ever), Trys milijonai by Marijus Mikutavičius (the country's number one modern patriotic pop anthem), weird pop  project Meškiukai, countless soundtracks for TV shows and films kept Happyendless busy till 2004 when arrival of ex – Overtone singer Saulius Prūsaitis changed their strategy somewhat. Successful performances at dance music events followed and in 2007 Happyendless stormed Baltic MTV chart with smash tune Power Forever , accompanied by one of most stylish Lithuanian videos ever. The result? Pravda award for best song of the year, Lithuanian alternative music award for best video and MTV Europe award (Best Baltic Act category). 2009's debut album Room For Mistakes was met with high praise by both critics and fans – the band toured extensively, including gigs in Estonia, Latvia and Russia. Second album release is imminent, but before that Happyendless surprised fans once more, holding a concert tour of Lithuanian cinemas, performing in front of special 3D films in a show directed by Lithuania's leading theatre supremo Oskaras Koršunovas. With ambition like that, no wonder Happyendless is tipped as the band most likely to „make it“ outside the Baltic region.


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