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“When you realize that time is slipping away fast, and you have no emergency brake you can pull…then you understand that everything you do with passion has its place and is part of a path."
This is the way Brothers In Law describes the project they’ve been working on for the two years since their debut “Hard Times For Dreamers”—a phenomenal debut that brought them into the international indie scene, including the participation at SXSW in Austin, TX.
“Raise” is a new chapter for the four-piece from Pesaro, Italy, and it’s not a coincidence that the title implies a “lift,” something that goes up and into the light.
Eight new songs that “feel the need to go beyond that attitude of bleak despair that had inspired much of our first album. We wanted to make room for a more aware approach and attitude, as we’ve learned to accept that we have grown. We, in a way, began to understand that life is difficult, but we are the ones who can try to improve it.”
This approach penetrated into the writing and music of “Raise," resulting in a fuller sound rich with nuances and rounder arrangements, thanks as well to the addition of the bass. The ballads characterize the track list and the structure of the songs is more profound and mature.
“Try to imagine an album as if it were a hotel where different souls were staying. All of them have something to say: some whisper, some scream notes they can hardly control. On the other hand, each song has its own life and something to tell… and we had to listen because each emerged from an urge, a necessary impulse from inside of us.” “Raise," in summary, is all of this: an album that shows you upfront its sincere face.