Soundtrack of a summer
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Soundtrack of a summer

Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Band Alternative Rock


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S/t EP - 2009



Soundtrack of a summer formed in Parma, Italy in 2007.
The band was founded by Simone Galli and Michele Quinzani, former guitarist and drummer in Can I say, who joined Lorenzo Franzoso, bass player in Linkcable, and guitarist Massimiliano in a new rock project.
In their early work, the band dealt mostly with punk rock and post grunge. After a few months Massimiliano chose to leave the band in order to pursue other musical interests. As a trio the band played and wrote new songs but soon decided that only a guitar was not enough for the sound it wished to achieve so they recruited guitarist Giorgio Denicoli who played in Proto k distillery and Daphne and brought new emo-pop influences.
By the end of September 2007, soundtrack of a summer took its music into the studio and recorded their promo, releasing it with no label support, and began performing live with the new line up (they shared the stage with The Styles and Forty Winks ).
In the meantime the band immersed itself in writing mode for its second promo; that’s the time, spring 2008, in which the real essence of the band came out: big guitar walls and massive drums supporting a clean, melodic vocal line.
Autumn 2008, the band joined first Fabio Intraina (tray studio) and then Peo & Icio (hate studio) to record a new promo that was released on February 2009. Despite the intensely personal nature of the album, it’s also clear that anyone who’s ever experienced love or loss can relate to songs like “Rent grace for less” or “Down in Africa” on a purely emotional level.
The band wanted to share its music with audience, making sure it was heard by as many people as possible. 2009 and 2010 were spent on the road and culminated in July 2010 German Tour.
After two years of gigs, “Soundtrack of a summer” are taking some time to focus on their songs, trying to push them to another level. They’re going to record their first full length on may 2011.