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The CUTEST Boy Band From Spain!!!

A few months ago @ArianaVenti wrote about a card about Dvicio, and that's when I first fell in love with the band. They are an amazing group of guys with vocals to die for! And they are HOT!
They are pretty new, too. So no worries -- you're not that late! They were founded a little over 2 years ago in 2013.
They produce pop-rock music, but some of their songs sort of has a beachy, relax feel to them. They sing in Spanish, but they also sing in English!!!

Check this English music video out:

HAVE YOU FALLEN IN LOVE YET!?

I AM! I AM!!!!
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AHHHHH wait these guys are amazing!! So adorable! They're like the Spanish One Direction <3__<3
Yesss!!!! Ever since I learned about them, I've been listening to their music. They are so talented! And it helps that they are so cute haha @allischaaff
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