Mario Marco Farinato’s abilities as a musician are mesmerising, though it’s his passion or emotional input that really helps it shine. The experience is entrancing because the intensity rises & falls away in the most natural, deeply human manner.
Graveyard Dog is a great song, the sort you’d easily, happily return to again & again when scrolling through those comforting playlists we all accumulate. A pleasure to discover.
There’s a touch of underlying sadness, but it’s expressed only by means of a single line – the music is consistently bright & upbeat, the optimism unquestionable, adding to that energizing element & colourful ambiance that keeps you entertained.
The video is as bold as it is colourful, the same goes for the personalities portrayed of the leading ladies themselves. The fun & optimism is matched flawlessly by the sheer professionalism & attention to detail.
The song has been superbly well crafted. Despite the electronic edge of the music, the humanity of the piece is unquestionable. The leading voice has a mellow sense of wondering & passion, carrying the song’s sentiment brilliantly.
It’s great that the music is able to lull you into a comforted state, you can let the good vibes of the sound pour out & be an enjoyable part of your evening. It’s a clever way to get something out there, without having it weigh down too heavily on the listener.
An intimate, free-flowing, organic folk-pop song that is joyfully calming to witness. The recording style has a raw or vintage vibe to it, enhancing that intimate feel & making this appear is if it’s being performed right there in the room with you.
The ambiance is multi-layered, motivational, expressive, detailed, and on top of this – the song itself is smooth, well performed, characterful, and offers a fresh take on relationship struggles.