Drenched in a grandiose style of aural beauty and a lucid orchestral style of originality, Pinhdar’s new eponymous album is a musical soliloquy of vivid colors and striking notes combined to make an ethereal-istically melancholic mindscape lush with emotion and striking in delivery. Each track seamlessly flows into the next like a memorable performance captured on record. This is an album designed for a dedicated listening session with no distractions.

About Pinhdar
Pinhdar is the new project by Cecilia Miradoli and Max Tarenzi, former founding members of the rock band Nomoredolls and creators of the live music happening A Night Like This Festival.

It’s a journey through art rock, new wave and electronic vibes where they explore new territories for their sound.

Cecilia and Max start their career with Nomoredolls in the UK, recording their first EP and playing shows in London. But it’s in the USA that they find their own way accomplishing 6 intense East Coast tours and playing in NYC on a regular basis (CBGB’s, Knitting Factory, Piano’s, Arlene’s Grocery) where they shortly build a devoted fan base. In the States, they also record their full album (“Nomoredolls” – EMI) between New York City and Los Angeles so that, when they come back to Europe, they are a fully international indie act and play extensively in the UK, Spain and their mother Country Italy.

Back to their homeland, they also reinvent themselves as managers by ideating and establishing A Night Like This Festival, an international live music and arts experience held in the beautiful farmland between Milan and Turin that is soon rated in the Top ten list of the most beautiful locations to attend live music in Italy

With Pinhdar Cecilia and Max celebrate their long-lasting friendship and their love for music. A deeper and more conscious approach to production that they are now ready to share with the rest of the world.

SOURCE: Official Bio

LINKS:
https://www.facebook.com/Pinhdar
https://store.cdbaby.com/artist/Pinhdar

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