The three Scandinavian girls who go by the name My bubba & Mi don't seem to make a big fuss about their music. Rather, they focus on the small details that are neglected or lost these days – the things between the zeroes and ones of digital translation. All these little details have been lovingly collected by My bubba & Mi and carefully placed in a record-shaped container entitled How It’s Done in Italy.
During the summer of 2009, the girls sung, played and told of their love for old times, for banjo, and the romantic life, in an old house in the Brescian countryside, right where the Alps begin. The sound recalls sunny fields and night strolls. In the gaps there are things that creak – no tricks, no fakes, perhaps only the hint of a dream. Listening to How It’s Done in Italy is like silently entering a kitchen where the girls are playing between the table and the fireplace. For those who like to place their music into drawers, we suggest you look into the pre-folk one, or the old blues one. Or just find an empty one and label it My bubba & Mi.
How It’s Done in Italy will be released on March 8th by We Were Never Being Boring (CD and LP with amazing handmade covers!) and licensed for Benelux by Beep! Beep! Back up the Truck. From March 25th to May 1st the band will be on tour in Europe to share with you the beautiful melodies from the album. Not to be missed!!
released March 8, 2010
Bass - Samuele Jack Palazzi
Engineer, Mixed By, Piano [Played Some], Percussion [Played Some] - Alessandro Paderno
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