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Underground You Can’t Hide from Gently Morphed

Milan based band Gently Morphed is taking the underground rock and roll scene in Milan by storm with their debut, 10 song album



Milan based band Gently Morphed has just released their debut album entitled Underground You Can’t Hide, and the album is just what the title suggests: a brash, electric storm on the European rock and roll underground. They combine their noise spirit with reflective lyrics and thoughtful melodic compositions to create a refined, yet forceful, garage sound. Gently Morphed is Max Paxton on guitar and vox, Holly Paxton on bass and vox, and Dany Sigismondi on drums. Together they helped one another escape the provinciality of the small town where they grew up and are embarking on an artistic adventure in the Metropolis of Milan. Max writes all the songs and refers to his kid sister as his “Nico”, saying that she’s the only one who he feels comfortable singing his songs. Her voice is featured on the acoustic version of “Digital”, one of the first singles from the album and, hands down, a stand out piece. In the album version the undeniable catchiness of the song is contrasted by the over-fuzzed, reverb-heavy electric sound, making for a perfect amount of edginess and accessibility. They’ve got a glossy video for their latest single “Dare the Sun”, shot all in black and white, but perhaps it’s the video for “Bloody Marty” that best sums up the band: gritty, lo-fi, and chock full of raw energy. Five of the songs and a few videos can be streamed on the band’s Soundcloud page. The album was produced and engineered by Paxton himself. As far as their live goes, the young musicians in Gently Morphed have earned their chops in venues and live festivals across northern Italy and have recently added Emergenza Festival to their list. They just put on a killer performance for the semifinals of Emergenza Festival Italia at the prestigious venue The Speakeasy in Milan. Stay tuned to Emergenza.net for more news on the band and to find out if they've made it to the finals.