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Rock 21/02/2020

Dramalove Drop New Video For Written In The Stars

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) After last year's BBC Introducing several airplays and the "Best New Bands 2019" compilation cd feature on Classic Rock Magazine (November issue), the ambitious and exuberant alternative rock three piece Dramalove is back with a new single, "Written In The Stars". The track boasts catchy melodies, soaring vocals, punchy riffs and crushing grooves. Reminiscent of early Muse and Royal Blood, Dramalove have exploded onto the scene and are definitely ones to watch.

"It's the first song I wrote when I've relocated to the U.K. 3 years ago, and I'm so thrilled to have the opportunity to finally being able to share it with the world. According to the ancient books, the word Destiny has the same root origin of the word Constellation, like a path we have to discover step after step in life but that at the same time is already set the same second we're born. I've always been fascinated by such thoughts and it went down easy putting them into a song, after finding myself staring for hours at a very clear night sky in south England and pondering about the fact that every single choice I've made in life got me where I was at the time." - Diego, Vocals

Meet The Band
Diego Soncin - Vocals, Guitar
Riccardo Soncin - Bass
Neil Davey - Drums

As heard on the BBC Introducing frequencies last summer with Lady Macbeth, the Brighton exuberant alt-rock three piece Dramalove mix guitar based rock with electronic angularity and darkly poetic lyricisms. The two twin brothers Diego and Riccardo Soncin relocated in the U.K. and after teaming up with Neil Davey they've quickly gained a dedicated following, thanks to their frantic and brief shows, after reaching the MTV charts and finals on the Italian X-Factor supported by Mika and Skin from Skunk Anansie.

Upcoming shows
7th March - Camden Rocks presents @ Kolis Club - London
11th March - Off The Square - Manchester
12th March - The Jacaranda - Liverpool






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