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Tight Eye - Forget-Me-Not (2016)

12-02-2016, 15:40
Pop | Alternative | FLAC / APE

Title: Forget-Me-Not
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: WWNBB
Genre: Pop, Dream Pop
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 46:09
Total Size: 114/347 Mb


1. Orbiter
2. Sad World
3. Other Lands
4. Paradise
5. Hurdles
6. L.L.D.
7. Sweet Melancholy
8. Wild Side
9. The Brightness
10. Nobody but Me

“The more I stay with you / the more I miss you” is the haunting melody in L.L.D., one of the singles that anticipated this Forget-me-not, debut album from Italy’s Tight Eye, new project from Giulia Bonometti. A good part of the feelings that give life to this record could be summarized in those two simple verses. Something has ended but continues to no end, there is a hole inside and it’s feeding off of our efforts and our torments: “how many times will I need to try to say goodbye to you?” (Hurdle). But at the same time “I like the melody that comes out from your hands when you hold mine” (Orbiter). Tight Eye is not a quitter tough, and the melancholy of her songs represents only one side of what she wants to tell. Forget-Me-Not is also full of dreams and new heavens bringing new beginnings: “no more sadness for me please / I only want to wear my sunglasses / no more regrets or apologies” (Paradise). Tight Eye understands that something is wrong, “we can’t stay together can’t you see / sometimes we smile but we just pretend” (Other Lands). She knows how to take charge of the decisions that count: “I’m blind no more / I changed my path and I met you” (Wild Side). And above all, she knows what are the reasons for which it is worth fighting, “sometimes I think it’s good / if you change your mind / and if you change your eyes too / I’m sure you’ll see the truth (The Brightness). Surrounding these songs there’s an atmosphere of timeless tunes, closer to the classics rather than more modern references: “during the recordings – tells Giulia – the idea for the sound was that of some records from the ’50s: those of Ray Charles, Etta James, Sam Cooke or Muddy Waters, to name a few… with the voice in the foreground and the orchestra farther from the microphone, as if I were singing in someone’s ear, or as if in the room there was only one microphone near me while we played.”

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