Rough and dreamlike, it runs through the autobiographical journey that the two authors engage in their common life and in their personal and artistic relationship, started in the conformist and provincial town of Genoa at the end of the Eighties. The album celebrates and at the same time desecrates the ambiguous concept of salvation, through 10 noir songs poised between playful, surreal and semantic, in a sentimental magma of absurd analog synths, voices that appear and disappear, sounds with altered volumes, interacting with a weird and distant reality.
In 2013 the concept album Dive Cattive (Naughty Divas) was released. Published by ponderosa and produced by Gianluca Mancini and Alberto Fabris, the album is enriched by an orchestra of 12 elements. Inspired by the soundtracks of b-movies of the sixties and seventies, the concept of an “horror soap-opera” is the core of the album. It stands as both a tribute and a sacrilegious hymn to the female universe outlined in horror movies: each song represents a desecrated tribute to the history and music of the benchmark film.
Published by Aries music, the album came out in 2007, with an electro-wave appeal and inspired by the subculture of soft-porn photo novels of the seventies, by Italian noir comics and by the music of the film “What ever happened to baby Jane?”. the disc contains in attachment a 16-page photo-novel booklet created and designed by the band, destined to become a classic for comic enthusiasts.