Tindia sounds like a girl’s name – sure enough, the band is predominantly female – but actually stands for a perky dance tune. They play the music of Csángó people, a Hungarian minority living in Romania – a unique branch of Hungarian folk music also conned “the heavy metal of folk”. The band formed in 2015, they met while playing in a summer camp, and decided to stick together. All members work with music and some attend the Liszt Music Academy.
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