The Italian band Mellow Mood presents his new singleI And I Chant, new work in combination with the vocal trioEmeterians, single produced and mixed by musician and producer Paolo Baldini of DubFiles. The song is a powerful exhortation to trust tomorrow.
In the words of Jacopo Garzia, one of the frontmen of Mellow Mood and author of the lyrics, "This song wants to interpret the events that involve us, especially the difficult and painful, as a possibility of growth. What is happening today may be a push towards improvement, both personally and socially. We must embark on a path that makes us see the good in all the evil, and that at the same time it does not lead us to naive illusions, but rather give us the strength to build faith in life and push us to do the right thing”.
Written remotely in the midst of the current pandemic, I And I Chant has a distinctive roots flavor, nothing better to carry a message of hope and will. And as the title itself says, when the voices rise together, there is total harmony of souls and hearts, the self becomes the other and vice versa.
“The idea of collaborating with Emeterians was immediately born in my head while writing the chorus.. The melody immediately made me imagine very roots choruses and a grounded and meditative atmosphere., and Emeterians are absolute specialists in this field”, Garzia expressed.
Meanwhile, Maga Lion from Emeterians explained that"I and I Chant is a song that talks about keeping hope, never give up, to be aware that despite adversity it is possible to maintain a positive attitude, that those adversities that we overcome become wisdom and that in the end, good prevails over evil. We received a message from Jacopo explaining the vision he had had and that it was only possible together with Emeterians. He sent us a recording of his voice and his guitar and by the time we hear the first phrase we start to make each one his voice, and of course we agreed to the combination. This is how this song was born ".
The next 20 December will premiere the video of a performance recorded live in a theater in Pordenone (Italy) with both groups, along with the dub version byPaolo Baldini DubFiles.