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The Unconventional Perspective of I Punti di Vista

I Punti di Vista bring a totally unconventional mix to their theatrical art-rock album 'Il Volo dell’Aquila'



Recorded live during a theatrical performance, Il Volo dell’Aquila (The Flight of the Eagle) gives an epic and ironic view of current world events, touching on topics such as globalization, the power of the media, and immigration. If you didn’t catch it in the title, the album also parodies American politics with a melodic reference to the American patriotic song “My Country ‘Tis of Thee”. Let’s just say the musicians in I Punti di Vista, made up of Andrea Martinelli on electric guitar, Massimiliano Mattiucci on bass, Iacopo Rossi on drums, and Francesco Cecconi on vocals and guitar, don’t care about pissing anyone off. They care mostly about putting out thoughtful music, which makes people reflect on the issues the band holds dear. In order to put such a large production together, which they entitled C'è vita intelligente sulla Terra? (Is There Intelligent Life on Earth?), they joined forces with the Italian melodic metal group Lunocode. As you can hear in the album, the group takes their influences from extremely diverse genres including English 70’s prog rock, neo-psychedelia, funk rock, blues, grunge, country, 90’s electronic, and of course, the Italian singer songwriter genre. Despite the incredible range of artistic input, this band has its own sound, which is totally recognizable from one song to the next. With songs like “Frenesia”, “Stupida TV”, and “Globalizzazione”, they definitely succeed in their goal of making us reflect on what the effects of our actions are on history. The current line up of the band has only been together for two years, but if they keep producing at this rate, they will have a long road ahead of them as artists. They had a great run in Emergenza Festival Italia this year. Check in at Emergenza.net for more news on the band.