Perdurabo is the stage name of Davide Arneodo, a super talented musician who can play multiple instruments and creates breathtaking electronic music. He’s also a very gifted songwriter and composer. Arneodo is a member of the iconic Italian alt-rock group Marlene Kuntz.
He has returned with his third single titled Cast Stones. This banger is a sneak peek from his upcoming debut album Magnetar and features the incredible vocals of Roman Rappak, the frontman of Miro Shot.
The captivating, stunning, and complex electronic dark-pop realm of Cast Stones showcases Perdurabo‘s music ethos, which is both majestic in form and substance.
The track’s intensity builds up to an explosive chorus that hits you right in the feels. The lyrics are so cathartic and the soundscape is deep, complex, and yet incredibly catchy. It’s clear that something truly remarkable has been created here.
Gareth Jones and master engineer Matt Colton‘s production work is remarkable, resulting in a sleek and grand feel. It effortlessly delves into profound themes like freedom, struggle, resilience, and determination in a way that truly grabs your attention. This is a significant piece of music.
Cast Stones is a powerful reflection of the tough realities of city life. It is inspired by heartbreaking events such as the tragedy of the Grenfell Tower and the devastating loss of two-year-old Awaab Ishak, whose home was affected by mould. By facing the harshness head-on, this thought-provoking song encourages us to take action.
The intention of this mind-boggling electronic track is to challenge and question the status quo.
Jörg Wähner (Apparat) on drums makes a special guest appearance in Cast Stones, which adds an extra touch of awesomeness. They recorded it in London, building upon their previous successful team work on the Komponent EP.
Berlin and Turin are where Perdurabo splits his time. During his remarkable and inspiring music journey, he has had the amazing opportunity to work with some major players in the electronic and rock music scenes, like members of Apparat, Einstürzende Neubauten, and Placebo.
He has been rocking both in the studio and on stage, releasing records that have reached ears across the globe. We will keep on following his musical journey
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