There is nothing fake or false; Sarantos prides himself on being a real artist, with much of what it is to be human; imperfections and all.
The band return with a beautifully melodic and instantly classic sounding song, reminding us of everything we first loved about them – and so much more.
Listen to the instruments used; the riffs, the moments when everything plays at once – there’s a real scene built up by all of the sounds and ideas in this.
The guitar throughout sounds sensational, the thick and heavy beat just makes your heart pound and your body groove to the sound of the world in action.
The kind of album you can switch on at the end of a hard day, to let this whole new world of music and thoughts just wash away your troubles for a while.
The beats, the riffs, the flow, the tone & character in the voices – just sensational – everything about this gig was insanely fantastic.
There’s a delightful bit of soul featured throughout, fused in with a whole lot of everything that is modern and new about chilled out electronic music
Once you’ve gotten past the desire to rock out and revel in the sound, you can then dive in and find yourself submerged in a world of reflective lyricism.
Falling is a track that sounds like any strong & smooth pop song should, yet the artist brings a brand new energy and positivity to the scene.
The ideas are vast and flowing, there is much to be heard, much to be said, and what may follow is undoubtedly not to be missed.
The feelings it brings about are so very well suited to the intention of the music. It suggests an experienced and highly creative artist and producer.
Individuality is hugely important in independent music, and with Cesare’s music you get a good mixture of this with a comforting sense of familiarity.