Italian emotive post hardcore / nostalgic screamo act PASTEL have just unveiled a new version of their astounding debut LP “L’Acchiappanuvole” (2015). It once again proves the record to be an amazing sonic experience, with every single layer swimming together to create an unceasingly fluid, organic cycle of soundscapes. It’s always comforting to realise so many bands haven’t abandoned the mellowness that suits the angrier side of the gritty genre so well. “L’Acchiappanuvole” is one of the finestv examples of this tasty blend. Listen below and feel free to share your comments below.
L’Acchiappanuvole was released in cooperation with a number of DIY labels: Pure heart records \ Dèsertion records \ Dingleberry records \ LTD records \ Suspended soul tapes & records \ Hanged man records \ Ronald records \ Monte calvario \ Glass of split \ Nostalgia records \ Voice of the unheard \ Krimskramz \ Koepfen \ Monday morning records \ Don’t live like me records \ Fight or fight! \ Upwind \ Sciroppo dischi \ Bookhouse records.
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