The song is excerpt from their EP “Stimmung“, via Angapp.
Violent Scenes is the New Greek Theater. Mindful of Euripides and Godard’s lesson, it despices the TV theatrical shows and declares that Tragedy is not violent.
Violent Scenes is an attempt at being human.
ABOUT THE EP
After the debut album “Know by Heart” (Angapp, 2017), focused on the divine memory of men, in “Stimmung” Violent Scenes talk about solitude, nostalgia, angst and love: three songs where “home” that Cesare Pavese has long sought, seems to be no more armony and balance between moods but just self awareness.
Today man is consumed by work, mental work, knowledge work, screen work, so he has difficulty to listen to himself. Does he still listen to the voice of the body or did his instinct become gray like his mind? Is finding love still the solution? Or would man be content to recognize his “tone”?
“Stimmung” has been first released in Italy in 2019 and will be released in the rest of Europe on June 12, 2020 via Angapp.
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