Deaf Lingo- Friends

Deaf Lingo – Friends

We just checked out Italian alt-rock outfit Deaf Lingo and their new single “Friends” from their upcoming second album “Lingonberry “ due out April 29th

“Friends “ is low-fi indie gem , that is melodic and catchy with masterful songwriting. The way the sounds come together on “Friends “ is most impressive

Sandro from Deaf Lingo about ”Friends”: 
“Friends is the first song we wrote for the upcoming record. Actually, an earlier version is included in our EP Friends/Failures released in 2019. Friends is a pessimistic song and it’s about friends leaving the country and the feeling of being alone in the suburbs with nothing to do.

FUN FACT: the very first chorus we used to sing in the pratice room was: “Madò che buò patat ‘e’ cozz” which means: “holy crap, how good is patate e cozze!” a typical southern Italy dish.”

Friends” is released on all streaming platforms on January 28 via Lövely. ”Lingonberry” is set for release on April 29 on LP, CD, and digital formats

You can listen for yourself Here

Deaf Lingo:

Sandro Specchia – Guitars/ Lead Vocals

Yuri Ferrari – Guitars

Gabriele Zaramella – Bass

Mauro Ronchi – Drums


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