Weaved into the sound of the new wave era, Salvation is a melodramatic song about that contradictory feeling of loving someone but having to let go. A difficult feeling that hits us all at some point in life and we are faced with a decision we dont want to make.
Nagamag: What are the genres that describe better your music style?
Dream pop, Indie, synth pop.
Nagamag: Few words about your musical background and career?
As a young adult I was a vocalist in choirs and acapella group. Not long until I formed my own group named "Intonica" which had glorious success in the European choir scene. At 2009 the group of five singers (including myself) won grand prize in the international Musica Mundi’s choir games. While harmonies and vocal technics had always been great friends of mine, it could never measure to the comfort I find in creating my own sound, melody and lyrics. In February 2018 I have finally released the first song of the debut EP - Immortal. In February 2020 the entire EP is set to be unveiled with the last single's 'Goodbye Friend' release.After two years of performing and touring with the Immortal EP, nowadays I am concentrated on producing new music.
Nagamag: Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?
I was probably 4 years old pressing notes on our home organ, figuring out how to play out loud the melodies I have in my mind. I would usually sing them to myself, then find the notes place on the instrument. Not much have changed, since then.
You mentioned a new song release in February 2020. Could you tell us more about this song?
'Goodbye Friend' ... symbolically enough seals my debut EP with desperation of an unsung goodbye. When I first wrote it, the first part that came to my mind both melodically and lyrically was the chorus. I remember sitting in my apartment, crying the loss of my dearest pet friend who has just died. I still to this day have the recording of me singing and playing the guitar of that same heart tearing chorus. Five years later I confronted myself with these emotions and rewrote the whole song, though singing about a whole other individual. Just as we are all immortal, at the same time all have an end.
Nagamag: Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?
Ars Antiqua De Paris "Reis Glorios"
Nagamag: Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?