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I Pay For Two Persons: Petardi

Posted on the 22 May 2014 by Hctf @hctf
I Pay For Two Persons: Petardi

Italian pop trio I Pay For Two Persons make "naive" music. With their upbeat and catchy as hell tunes there's no need to decipher their lyrics. Covering the middle ground between guitar rock and electronic dance their Petardi EP has Summer written all over it. Nice touch to use a flute as a counter melody.

I Pay For Two Persons: Petardi

Don't file them under the dreaded Italo-disco that once polluted the airwaves. This trio isn't all smiles - they aren't afraid show their teeth and change pace mid-song. Stand-out Lacrime di legno with its call-and-response vocals sounds like a lost New Wave gem.

I Pay For Two Persons:
Padre Severino: vocals, bass
Suor Beatrice: vocals, flute
Don Diego: everything else

Petardi is a self-released EP. Free download from Soundcloud.

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