Krano :: Lentius Profundius Suavius

Krano—the nom de plume of Italian singer-songwriter Marco Spigariol—returns next month with Lentius Profundius Suavius, his second collection of timeless country soul, sung in his native Venetian dialect and played with a passion that is as gentle and empathetic as it is raw, rollicking and, sometimes, noisy as hell. Dig “See,” an early, jaunty taste from the record—it’s folky and rambling, possibly with a sardonic sigh, as a güiro-inflected levity and a shower of spacey effects fall upon Spigariol’s parched, sweltering blues . . .

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