The R's

The R's

 Brescia, Lombardy, ITA
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The R’s transform their internal chaos into glistening pop songs that range from self-assured – “On Our Minds”, “Call Of The Ice”, – to exploring – “Turtles Will Mind Your Fate” – to diabolical – “Mr. Hide”. Look for their album De Fauna Et Flora and – whatever you do – don’t miss them in concert!!

Biography

One minute and forty seconds into The R’s’ single “I Love My Family” bassist Pietro Paletti unleashes a maniacal scream that lasts a little too long and reveals something important: The R’s is a band on the edge of its sanity.
To really appreciate that, you have to see the trio from Milan, Italy in concert. The song ends, but the band breaks into a thundering jam. Pierluigi slices his guitar through the air with the look of a detached gangster. Pietro drives the head of his bass into the stage floor. At the drums Mauro smiles, surprised to find the band still perfectly on beat. During their New York debut an audience member said, “I like it when they go crazy.”
On the album De Fauna Et Flora The R’s transform their internal chaos into glistening pop songs that range from self-assured – “On Our Minds,” “Call Of The Ice,” – to exploring – “Turtles Will Mind Your Fate” – to diabolical – “Mr. Hide.” “Rodolfo” takes a psychedelic tropical escape and “We All Need To Be Alone” turns loneliness into a celebratory anthem.
Having risen to the top of an underground indie rock scene in Italy, The R’s played their first US shows this spring in New York and at the SXSW music festival in Austin. With their sharp Italian style and delirious rock energy the band is prepared for a worldwide invasion. Look for their album De Fauna Et Flora and – whatever you do – don’t miss them in concert.