“Arrows” is their second album,, Kettle of Kites seem to be ready to open up, in this reflection in music about possible futures, and to do so they use the most visionary and imaginative past that science fiction has had, inspired by the Russian born writer Isaac Asimov.
Tom Stearn, of Scottish origin but living in Genoa, is the voice of the group and is entrusted with lyrics. A poetic that lightly touches stardust coming from afar while remaining anchored to our natural elements, looking for a point of view to observe humanity in a new light, a seemingly intergalactic itinerary, sensitively devoted to emotions.
This finely made indie-rock is enriched, in their second full-lenght work, with more folk nuances, where a patient weaving is given to the acoustic instruments, and to the electric instruments is given the staging of a spatiality where everything takes place with consistency. Sound material to discover and listen away from the compulsiveness of the network, an excellent opportunity to take back our time and imagine ourselves elsewhere, on an interplanetary journey where we can stay still.Nando Dorelassi