A soft sound, a clear voice that excites in an authentic way. A text that gazes at feelings, when these arise impetuously, and even if we can look at ourselves from the outside, we are increasingly aware of the inescapable drift.
Stefano Cece is a songwriter of Apulian origins, he studied at Berklee College of Music, sings in Italian and English and investigates universal emotions, where it’s easy to find ourselves.
Stefano's pop-rock is international and well-kept, inspired by the most intense atmospheres of the British tradition, Midge Ure, ‘90s Tears for Fears, but also by Coldplay, to remain contemporary. "I Hate the Moment" blooms a moment at a time, dropping down to the point of flowing into an unforgettable refrain with broad horizons. The videoclip of the new single sees the participation of the actress and dance teacher Francesca De Simone, perfectly immersed in the interpretation of the song, is directed by Vincenzo Saponaro and is filmed in the Apulian countryside, a place of barren and wild nature, pervaded by a subtle sense of abandonment.Nando Dorelassi