Have you ever heard of Wyoming, the band? Unless you live in Europe, you probably haven't.

Indeed there is a group named Wyoming and, surprisingly, they don't even play country music.

The self-described "Art Pop" band hails from Cologne, Germany, and consists of two brothers, Manuel and Sascha Lukas. .

According to their biography, the name Wyoming was inspired by a scene in the movie Star Trek: The Motion Picture, which was filmed in Yellowstone National Park.

Founded in 2012, the group has released two full-length albums "Fountain" and "Moon Jaunt".

They recently added a new instrument to the group, a stage bench which doubles as a mixing console.

Wyoming recently unveiled their invention, which took over a year to create, in the video for the song "Remains".


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