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Soaware’s ‘Puddle’ Explores Unrequited Love on the Psyche

“Puddle” encircles itself in a breathy, airy emotional outburst, instilling fear into the bodies and minds of listeners.

Your reality depends how you view the awareness of living. Some may say that’s easier said than done. Yet, you can be sure to find hope in Soaware’s new song and video “Puddle,” rich with intellectual twists, featuring songwriters Damiano Bessi and Emanuele Grazioli, as the brainchildren of charisma, who reinforce this exact statement of existence with the ability to tell their story in a brave, honest and heart wrenching way.

The band’s name derives from the conscious effort of awareness that we as a society search for in an attempt to escape, unaware of the moments that warrant positivity. Soaware is so aware of writing good pop-synth songs, as the exciting Italian electro/rock trio explores the demonizing effect that unrequited love has on the psyche. Their dive into songwriting illuminates their cause: finding opportunities to heal through the soul of their sound.

The just released eye-catching music video “Puddle” foreshadows their debut LP, soon to be released on July 12th. Damiano’s voice screams vulnerability in each musical phrase. A puddle full of emotions gathers inside each band member’s head, as each lyrical phrase contains their innocent thought processes.

“Puddle” encircles itself in a breathy, airy emotional outburst, instilling fear into the bodies and minds of listeners. Original in content and exuberant in aesthetic, the video appears to be a mob, morphed of sand surrounded by vibrant, enthralling colors, is stripped down particle by particle, amusing the eye’s attentiveness. This is what makes great songwriting.


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