Produced By Nick Terry (The Libertines, Simian Mobile Disco, Peaches, Ian Brown/Stone Roses, Turbonegro, Kvel...

Italian rock band FELDSPAR has released "Cobblestones", the first single + video off the band's upcoming debut LP out this fall on TTK Records.

The track heralds the start of a collaboration with Nick Terry, the highly acclaimed London-based producer renowned for his work on iconic albums by The Libertines, Simian Mobile Disco, Peaches, Ian Brown (Stone Roses), Turbonegro, Kvelertak, and more. Nick has helmed the production of Feldspar's entire debut album.

Musically, 'Cobblestones' is a continuous energetic ride, only interrupted by hyper-modern Nordic-style breakdowns. Lyrically, the song depicts Rome and its dual nature. On one side, the postcard and the continuous pilgrimage from all over the world, and on the other, the authentic, antagonistic, popular city that looks at everything that happens around it with skepticism and disenchantment. It's an anthem that embodies a love-hate sentiment, crafted to express what it's like to view modernity through the lens of those who, just steps away from the pope, have witnessed 2000 years of history flow beneath the city's bridges.

The "Cobblestones" video is a project within the project, directed by well-known Italian director, Roberto 'Saku' Cinardi, who boasts collaborations with the cream of the Italian scene (Lacuna Coil, etc.) and has directed films and TV series for major platforms. The video mirrors the song's lyrics, serving as a 3-minute short film that encapsulates the essence of contemporary Rome and Italy, better than any other cinematic work in recent years.

The artwork for "Cobblestones" was done by Chris Wilson (Kingston, PA) who has collaborated with Scowl, Gel, Mindforce, and Combust.

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Hailing from Rome, this 6-piece ensemble is an integral part of a broad artistic community comprising illustrators, photographers, directors, and painters, all united by a shared mission. Additionally, the group maintains robust connections to London, Oslo, and Los Angeles.

Drawing from its Post-Hardcore origins and boundless compositional explorations, Feldspar crafts high-energy music that leaves a lasting impression.

With hardcore-infused choruses, unforgettable riffs, cinematic interludes, breakdowns, and powerful female vocals, Feldspar's sound will resonate with fans of Life of Agony, Trapped Under Ice, Scowl, Kvelertak, Integrity, Torche, Gel, No Bro, Fiddlehead, Sheer Mag and Turbonegro.

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