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    "The Code"
    The Code (Nemo song).png
    Single by Nemo
    Released29 February 2024 (2024-02-29)
    Genre
    Length3:00
    Label Better Now
    Songwriter(s)
    • Benjamin Alasu
    • Lasse Midtsian Nymann
    • Linda Dale
    • Nemo Mettler
    Producer(s)
    • Lasse Midtsian Nymann
    • Benjamin Alasu
    • Tom Oehler
    • Wojciech Kostrzewa
    • Pele Loriano
    • Nemo Mettler
    • Nikodem Milewski
    Nemo singles chronology
    "Falling Again"
    (2024)
    "The Code"
    (2024)
    Music video
    "The Code" on YouTube