“Embers” was part of the embryonic material of the album – while working on it the arrangement changed quite a lot until it became a sort of floating sound metaphor of a body that initially hardly breathes and when it seems to give up, it recovers and overcomes its weakness. Emma’s vocals fitted perfectly to the emotional scenario of the song creating a beautiful final crescendo where her voice sounds like a return to life.
During quarantine of April 2020, when Alessandro asked me to collaborate on his song “Embers”, I was experiencing apocalyptic feelings. Right before lock down I had the luck to meet a person who changed me deeply and I was afraid to lose that connection because of the forced distance. The music of Alessandro changed my point of view, showing me the beauty. It had such a strong impact on me -“At least I found someone before the end…” – I wrote that as a person who is grateful to have experienced a beautiful thing that could end remaining as it is. As usual music fixes your mood and changes your perception of things, especially when it touches you so much.
The visual by Luigi Honorat for “Last Letter to Jayne” is premiered in U.S. today on BROOKLYN VEGAN
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The visual by Luigi Honorat for “Last Letter to Jayne” is premiered in Italy today on
I’m glad to announce the upcoming release of my solo album. More updates soon.
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I’m really looking forward to perform the solo live premiere of my soundtrack rendition for “La Jetée” by Chris Marker, a short film constructed almost entirely from still photos, which i consider unique and very inspiring.
I’ve been working on it over the last three months and finally is going to happen on October 2nd at Soundscreen Film Festival. Here’s a trailer for you to have a glimpse, hope it touches your heart and pleases your ears.