CD Booklet 16 Pages- Release Date: 11/04/2016- Tuscany - Indie Pop
1. Nuova Visione 3:34
2. Bello Trovarti (Feat. Andrea Mirò) 4:32
3. Caro Umanesimo 2:17
4. Soltanto Tu (Feat. Peppe Voltarelli) 3:59
5. Fuoco Tutto 3:47
6. Lacreme (Feat.3:27 Francesco Di Bella) 3:27
7. Strana Abitudine 4:36
8. Senza Più Scuse 3:46
9. Tutto a Posto 3:18
10. La Cosa Da Dire 1:26
The singer Giorgia of the Month is back with his third album "New Post- Ideological Emotions", a feverish drive, electric and powerful running through the ideological decadence, existential and political contemporary, never give room for emotion or self-absolution.
"New Post- Ideological Emotions" is the new point of call of the bell-songwriter, a record that marks a further growth in its ability to combine direct lyrics, deep and rough with a musical communicative than ever before.
As always Giorgia Del Mese gets in the game totally, with no filter confirming its uniqueness in the Italian singer-songwriter scene.
The atmospheres Post-Rock and electropop, as well as the Noise suggestions accompany a vigorous narrative that knows no shades and which emerges with the urgent need to seek a new location from which to observe.
"New Emotions Post-Ideological" is an entirely produced disc, played and arranged by Andrea Franchi putting his signature to this new work by Giorgia of the Month, continuing that artistic partnership already tested successfully in previous work of 2013 "Of What We speak ".
The disc opens with "New Vision", a paradoxical irony assault, impatient and imperious, and continues with step hypnotic in the anarchist and libertarian invective of "Dear humanism" breathing, but without much rest, in the fierce anxiety of "Fire everything" and "Only you", then recovering to run and lie in constructive criticism of "Maybe as a location" and "Strange habit," up to the sacrosanct assertion of independence of their existence in "no more" excuses to excite, but with composure and discipline in the last "The thing to say."
Besides the presence of Andrea Franchi, the ten tracks of "New Post- Ideological Emotions" are enhanced by the participation of important collaborations such as those with Peppe Voltarelli, Andrea Miro and Francis of Bella in the only cover of the album "Lacreme" of his 24 Grana , which is the only song on this record to have been already published previously in digital and with a nice video made by the Factory PRD, this https://youtu.be/8x-fsteS09E
Giorgia the Month won the Critics' Prize at the White Prix Aponte in 2007, the same year he was among the finalists of Musicultura and wins the Prize to the Artistic Personality Poggiobustone Prize.
In 2009 she was invited to the Tenco Listen and Mei d'Autore, he wins the prize Between Music and Lyrics (artistic director Enrico De Angelis) and is among the finalists of SanremoLab, clutching an artistic collaboration lasting two years with Enzo Miceli (who produced Daniele Silvestri)
In 2010 his song "turn off" is included in the compilation: "The Zero Years of songwriting Lever" (MEI / white wing) along with artists such as quoted Tooth, Brunori Sas, Erica Mou and Samuel Katarro.
He wins the best prize to the interpretation Bindi Award and is a finalist for the Biella Festival. In 2011 brings on tour his first record "I'm Good" performing in major Italian theaters: Teatro Verdi (Florence), Teatro Masini (Faenza), Teatro Trianon (Naples), Teatro Everest (Florence), Teatro Ariston (Sanremo) where he opened the final evening with Paul Benvegnù, Luciano Ligabue and Mauro Pagani.
In 2011 his song "So So" is included in the compilation "The New Wave Rock Rose" (MEI).
In 2013, two years after the publication of his first album "I'm Good" (Pains record 2011) which earned her the prestigious invitation to Tenco Prize, presents his second work "Of What We speak" (RadiciMusic Records) which sees the collaboration important and passionate artists protagonists of the Italian independent scene as Paul Benvegnù, Alessio Lega, Alberto Mariotti (King of the Opera), Fausto Mesolella and produced and arranged by multi-instrumentalist Andrea Franchi (Paul Benvegnu ', Marco Parente, Alessandro Fiori).