The four members of Chronicles of a Fourth find the perfect harmonies matched with some joyous noise to shape their debut EP ‘Open Relationship Blues’.
Lugano, Oct 28, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - The latest EP 'Open Relationship Blues' from Chronicles of a Fourth has made a major statement in the world of folk and Americana music. Though it is their first record produced by Eraki, they are denoted as the shapeshifter of the contemporary music scene. The graceful notes and avant-garde style of laying out the combination of country and blues music have given them a platform to prove their iconic fashion in music. The songs are tailored to bring light-hearted memories back and encourage the listeners to break free from the cage of sanity. Every track of the EP is bursting with the kind of kinetic energy that is usually reserved for live performances.
Eric Van Aro, Alberto Pinelli, Marcello "Bread" Schena, and Antonio "Aki" Chindamo are the pillars of the unique folk band. They sing about all the small things that meander into a collage of memories. The sunk-kissed rhythms and mellow vibes of Blues create a magical atmosphere. They break the boundaries set by the dogmatic society and make the EP 'Open Relationship Blues' about refined love that doesn't get destroyed between the wringers of genders. With an exceptional theme that celebrates love and kindness more than anything, 'Open Relationship Blues' will touch the deepest core for its jovial and jazzy tunes.
Chronicles of a Fourth is an outstanding band that adds more meaning to country music with the outreaching experimental form. The loud and clear rasps of banjo and guitar tailor to the mesmeric atmosphere whereas the vintage instruments create nostalgic vibes. 'I Hope that I don't fall in Love with You' is an energetic, light single that gives out a mind-blowing essence of a live gig. 'Lullaby for Myself' is an authentic folk record with a combination of strong rock styles. Get all the great songs from the new EP on Spotify, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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The Tunes Club
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