Greg Amici drops his new single titled ‘Cynthia, Come To Me’ today. This has got to be the catchiest feel-good pre-summer anthem I have heard yet in 2020. It simply puts a smile on your face at that initial listen. The hook is a constant feeling captured in the timespan of the track with songwriting brilliance and phonetically rhythmic originality. Good luck getting this song out of your head. But you will have a good time while its there.
About Greg Amici
Musician, screenwriter, and actor, Greg Amici has a new single “Cynthia, Come to Me” dropping May 1, 2020, which will be included on his forthcoming EP Tragicomic.
Amici’s new song is inspired by the Nicholas Cage character in A Vampire’s Kiss, the song playfully suggests a common theme in Amici’s work – the inability of modern men to accept the realities and responsibilities of adulthood.
The New Jersey native started his entertainment career as a singer-songwriter and fronted the New York City-based rock band Big Honey. Coming of age on the Jersey Shore, he was infused with the energy of local clubs The Stone Pony and the Melody Bar, his influences were often musicians he listened to regularly from friend and DJ Matt Pinfield.
“Cynthia, Come to Me” was produced by James Mastro (The Bongos, Mott the Hoople, Patti Smith, The Jayhawks) at Magic Door Recording (Montclair, NJ).