Francesco Lurgo, sounds that narrate the core of our intimacy, the one that occurs in our precious relationships during a dark era.

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Sleep Together Folded Like Origami” is an album where everything is in the right place and has got a sense that is slowly revealed to the listener, in the inner dialogue of an artist whose coherence and expressive linearity help us to fully appreciate this kind of work.

Neo-classic and post-rock, ambient and dark electronic music are the genres in question, in an artistic path that is influences by the period we are living in, though offering us a vision that is personal and different, strictly related to the life of the artist.

I wanted to make a record that explores and celebrates intimacy, the one every one of us experienced with themselves during the lockdown period, but also the one that we all missed from our loved ones, that was even more special once we reunited” words confirmed by the various and intense suggestions we can find in the multifaceted album of this Turin based artist.

Never as in this case the sounds deeply communicate a reflection in music on spaces and on who live in them, in the dynamics of a relationship where people move away and then get closer, in the complexity of strained lives that look over the mysterious void that incessantly happens, filling itself in every unpredictable moment.

A.D.

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