Nov 122016
 

The_Italians_ep_19e The Italians are an Italian-British pop-rock band founded in 2009 by British singer-songwriter William Oliver Knight. He had moved from London to Italy to find musical inspiration. In 2015 the original group disbanded and William met bassist Alberto Rigoni. This started a new era for The Italians, which saw the duo add a drummer in Alessandro Miazzi. The first full album ‘Oh Boys What Have You Done’ (2015) was comprised of twelve songs expressing different musical eras. It was a collection of stories with a variety of different characters.

In April 2016 William Knight, Alberto Rigoni and Alessandro Miazzi entered the studio and recorded the ‘Live at the Teatro delle Voci’ EP. They chose four songs from ‘Oh Boys What Have You Done’ to record in a natural atmosphere.

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May 252016
 

The ItaliansThe Anglo-Italian band The Italians will release their debut EP “Live At Teatro Delle Voci” on June 15th. Together with the official release of the EP, the band has also launched its first video “Live in the studio”, live witnessing of the making of the EP, check it out below.

The Italian, rock band made in Treviso, are the perfect “Britalian” mix, merger of British rock and Italian passion, elements that stand out in all their vitality in the new EP “Live at Teatro delle Voci” recently recorded by the group and outgoing on June 15, 2016. Four songs written by London singer-songwriter William Knight and arranged with Italian bassist Alberto Rigoni (solo artist, Vivaldi Metal Project, Kim Bingham) and young drummer Alessandro Miazzi. The result is a rough, rock sound, exquisitely natural, made of vibrations which express at best the atmosphere of the lyrics, often critical towards social stereotypes. The music becomes a series of messages, pure expression of feelings, emotions, criticism of the human component that creates the social context.  Continue reading »