Watch video ‘Alba’ from Dublin noise pop and shoegaze duo Submotile – new LP “Ghosts Fade on Skylines” is out now

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Submotile credit – Michael Farren

Dublin based duo Submotile – consisting of the Irish-Italian couple of Michael Farren and Daniela Angione – recently released their debut LP “Ghosts Fade on Skylines”, April 16th(2019) for digital release.  On this 9-track offering, expect the duo to blur the lines between shoegaze, pop, noise-rock, ambient and post-rock.

“We wanted an album that ebbed and flowed, with nine diverse songs that complimented each other without being too different from each other. The idea behind the music is to express the dualism of warmth over hostility, passion over frustration, all these dynamics projected onto a sense of hope and renaissance. I’m not sure if we succeeded, but hopefully it works,” says Daniela Angione.

Submotile’s music is also influenced by numerous artists, including My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, Warpaint, Smashing Pumpkins, Massive Attack, Swans, Spiritualized, Sonic Youth, Nirvana, and Stars of the Lid.

Initially an ambient, experimental project, the duo released the track ‘Signs of My Melody’ with Daniela’s voice, which led to their first EP “We’re Losing the Light”. The recordings gained some interest with shoegaze fans.

Watch the video ‘Alba’ the first track on the debut album below.  “Ghosts Fade on Skylines” is released by Midsummer Madness label.


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