About Novi Fosili
Novi Fosili (trans. "the new fossils") was a Croatian pop band, and a household icon in former Yugoslavia. The group was formed in Zagreb in 1969. However, their first successes came in 1976 when the composer Rajko Dujmić joined the band. That same year Novi Fosili played at the Split music festival, where their song Diridonda soon became a hit throughout the country. Their next several albums sold millions of copies and delivered many hits that are still aired on radios in Croatia today. The first female singer was Đurđica Barlović, in 1984 replaced by Sanja Doležal. Read more about Novi Fosili on Last.fm.