There is still room available at Tropicalia Woodie Resort, but you better hurry up…

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To imagine what the “Tropicalia Woodie Resort” might look like, you only need to take a look at the Wham’s “Club Tropicana” videoclip, shot at the mythical Pikes Hotel in Ibiza, navel of the free world during the explosive 80s, crowded with the hippest and most pop milieu of that time, which seems to be the inspiration of the song in question.

The Tin Woodman are back with new imaginaries, sounds, and choreographies that do not spare any color, image, or vision; this is the first chapter of Simon Diamond, Dave The Wave, and Tin Woodman, but it sounds like something that could have been co-written and co-produced by Trevor Horn, Dave Fridmann, and Rick Rubin: feverish and exciting, with the usual euphoric and psychedelic tints that are part of the artistic background of this Brescian musical project, with rap inserts and visionary sci-fi soundtrack-like impulses.

The theme is the freedom to be and to love as one wants – and is perfectly on time for the Pride’s month – “…to perceive ourselves in relation to our most intimate desires, free from fear of the judgment from others”.

An explosive release party brings us back to the wild narrative flow of the Tin Woodman, a return that marks a change of course in our Italian indie-pop scene, a universe of sounds and (im)possible worlds that will give a sound boost to their fans who were lovingly waiting for them, and to the newest one, the most demanding regarding new music sounds.

P.M.

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