Brudini returns with imaginary spaghetti western soundtrack ‘Pale Gold’ and announces debut album From Darkness, Light. Imagine Frank Sinatra´s obscure leftfield cousin darkly crooning over a soundtrack equal parts spaghetti western, Balkan and Sicilian mafia funeral and you have a rough idea of what Brudini´s new single sounds like.
“The song taps into different emotions. It´s a tale of someone far away from home, slowly realising how the newfound reality diverges from his ideals. Mournful, as the view on the world around him changes, yet liberating in that moment he finally decides to abandon his old battles and seek out a new course.”
A demo of the song was written five years ago, and in a world that seems to be turning darker, the narrative turned out to be strangely prophetic for the artist, who was once an owner of Soho´s tiny literary-bohemian bastion, The Society Club.
“The release coincides with the UK leaving the EU, and me ultimately abandoning London, the liberal, multi-cultural bastion which has been my home for the last 13 years. And the song echoes my sadness over both these events, yet maintains a sense of hope for a new future and shift in my priorities as I return to my homeland, Norway, to be closer to my three year old daughter.”
Roselight (w Chip Martin)
Lost in the Desert, I Dreamt of the Sea (w Chip Martin)
Female Rimbaud (w Chip Martin)
God Unknown (w Chip Martin)
Ariel (w Chip Martin)
Everything is Movement