As heard on national BBC Radio 6 Music with "Written in The Stars" and BBC Introducing with "Lady Macbeth", Dramalove are back hitting the scene
with a new song in their native language, "Dammi Un Segno".
Twin brothers Diego and Riccardo Soncin, joined by Luca Menegon on the drums, recently released this new song (translated "Give Me A Sign") which is
dedicated to the brothers' dad, who passed away when they were still in their early years.
Lisa Higgings from The Guardian said, "These guys have a big sound made for big stages, like listening to early Muse".
Their song "Busy Saving The World" won them a slot in the "Best New Bands 2019" compilation by Classic Rock Magazine, after headlining "Off The Record"
festival in Manchester and playing all across the country, with performances at "The Great Escape" in Brighton and "Tramlines" Festivals in Sheffield.
The sensitivity that Dramalove expresses in their music really resonates because of all the pings it sets off in the listener’s brain, each one hitting like
a nearly erased memory.
It’s like Tim Burton and Edgar Allan Poe shaking hands while they are reborn as futuristic rock stars.
In Diego's words: “I am a loyalist to outdated ideals like eternal love, like a constant gardener of the messy patches inside the contemporary psyche.
We’re all about crazy combinations."
Dramalove are releasing a new album in 2022, while coming back with live shows after the pandemic forced break.
“...a three-piece sounding like a big wall of sound”
- Lisa Higgins, The Guardian -