Hailing from the area of Milan, Italy, Six Impossible Things is a love affair – a dream pop duo embracing their undying passion for music and delivering slow-paced, hymnal songs that will undoubtedly resonate with fans of acts such as Phoebe Bridgers, Turnover, Tigers Jaw or Conor Oberst.
Following the release of singles “Me” and “ithinkithinktoomuch”, Six Impossible Things are finally unleashing their new EP “sometimes you fall asleep in front of me” via Tanzan Music, now available on all streaming platforms following a premiere on Italy’s TBA Magazine. Stream the new EP on your platform of choice by following this link, and make sure you watch the video for lead single “me”.
The 5-track effort follows their previous EP “I Tried To Run Away From Here”, and was recorded by Dom Wright at The Ranch Production House in Southampton in early 2020, and mastered by Dan Coutant. This new chapter will see them return to touring across Europe and past the pond for the first time to perform at Pouzza Fest in Canada.
“I think the EP can be summed up with lyrics from the opening track: ‘depression gets the best of me almost every night’. These words are, for me, really representative of the period of time during which this record was written, the fear and the confusion we felt in those moments, our dreams and our visions, as well as our delusions. Every song is essentially about walking the thin line between what is real and what is in your mind and, if you listen carefully, you can do it too. It’s the obsession for things that are seemingly outside our control.’” shares guitar player and vocalist Lorenzo Di Girolamo.
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“sometimes you fall asleep in front of me” – Out Now
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