“Giorni di gloria” is available from 14 February
The Italian punk-rock band makes its debut on February 14, with Duff Records, publishing their first EP “Giorni di gloria”, already anticipated in late November by the release of track n.2 “Niente più favole”, also in the form of a videoclip.
Theirs is a melodic hardcore that, even if sung in Italian, refers to the sounds of Lagwagon, Strung Out, Pennywise, Nofx and the ’90s skate punk.
Giorni di Gloria (aka Save, il Mario, Sten, Davide and Tommi) tell through 5 songs true stories or pure fantasy, to face intimate or topical themes; “Niente più favole” is about bullying, seen through the eyes of the victim, while “Per non morire” is a letter written by a father to his son during a war.
“Giorni di Gloria” is available on all digital platforms here, while you can watch the video of “Niente più favole” below.