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Segana is a pioneering synth pop group that has been captivating audiences around the world with their innovative sound and electrifying performances.

The name SEGANA represents great vibes, catchy hooks and a hard hitting sound.

This is something that is heavily emphasised throughout their music as they ensure to make their music as engaging as possible to all listeners.

Members of the band are Blair Djuna and Joshua Paltoo, both based in Sydney with each also being a solo artist in their own right.

The group first gained traction in the underground music scene with their unique blend of catchy melodies, pulsing beats, and futuristic synthesizers. Their debut single, “Forget You”, was released in 2018 and quickly became a hit, propelling them to the forefront of an emerging genre and establishing them as one of the most exciting new acts on the scene.

Over the years, Segana has consistently pushed the boundaries of synth pop and electronic music, experimenting with different sounds and styles while remaining true to their roots. Their music has garnered widespread critical acclaim and earned them a devoted fan base that spans generations.

In addition to their ground breaking music, Segana is known for their high-energy shows, which have earned them a reputation as one of the most exciting acts to consider.

Segana is more than just a band, however. They are also passionate advocates for worthwhile causes and have used their platform to raise awareness about a range of contemporary issues. Their commitment to making a positive impact on the world has earned them a devoted following of fans who are drawn to their message as well as their music.

As they continue to evolve and innovate, Segana remains at the forefront of the synth pop genre, and their fans eagerly anticipate their next release.






Forget You (Official Video)
Patience (Official Video)



Phone: 0409 116 552


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