Through their pulsating, imaginative music, VONAMOR mixes fascinating contemporary electronic beats with dark, noise and punk sounds evocative of the ‘80s with the addition of melancholic and clever lyrics written in several different languages, including English, Italian, French, German and even Chinese.
Track by track, the 'VONAMOR' album teases the audience with a wildly emotional trip around the world - through the stories of love, belonging, submission, protest, power, desire, abuse and the passion that affects our everyday lives. Here we find stories of femme fatales and fearful memories, of burning desires, motherly loves and fatal tragedies, falling empires and latent revolutions. Music about a messed-up world that is always moving too fast, yet makes us dangerously linger between reality and dystopia, sanity and madness. Music conveying the hope that we recover our true and authentic bond with mother nature and other human beings.
This 'VONAMOR' long-player is rich with musical brilliance, magnetic sensuality, unexpected twists, literary echoes and cinematographic references. Through an addictive vortex made of male and female voices, tongues, idioms, musical timbers, beats and pauses, VONAMOR come face to face with a multitude of demons, suggesting a change of perspective - to make you move, dance and, ultimately, love, leaving all restraints and conventions behind.
“Through our darkwave music and words, we search for the question, the ambiguity, the multiform influence of a variety of demons. We feel the urgency of questioning ourselves, our fellow human beings and the reality around us," saysGiulia Bottaro.
VONAMOR is made up of sistersGiulia Bottaro,Francesca BottaroandLuca Guidobaldi, withFrancesco Bassoli andMartino Cappellijoining in for live performances. This project started in 2016. Initially focused on communicating images and composing scores for short films, they morphed into the trio we know today with their style, literary echoes, imperious art-pop and enigmatic aesthetics.