Kefeider, a pop/rock artist from Norway also known as Vetle Løvgaard, has recently released a new album titled Non tutte le ciambelle escono col buco. The album features predominantly guitar-driven tracks with a mix of indie, funk, and nostalgic 80's sounds, along with a blend of influences such as synth pop in songs like "Changes Are Real" and "Sea Still There Just Like Before", and the use of the Greek instrument, bouzouki, in tracks such as "My Normal Is Different" and the album’s title track, "Non tutte le ciambelle escono col buco". The album was produced by Øyvind Blomstrøm (Orions Belte), who showcases his skills on the drums and synthesizers throughout the tracks.
Kefeider seamlessly blends his signature dreamy sound with powerful drums that maintain the album's energy from start to finish. The artist's soft vocal harmonies, combined with the nostalgic and European-inspired vibe of the album, create an uplifting summer atmosphere. It's a truly unique project that never shows signs of letting up. There's hints to a love of 70's psychedelic rock, as well as modern funk.
Kefeider comments on the name of his album, “The title of the single (and album), “Non Tutte Le Ciambelle Escono Col Buco” is an Italian saying that means things do not always end up as planned. It is about regrets and realisation.”
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