It started all so well, but suddenly she was gone. And her "ghosting" left a darkness filled with questions. Robert Vendetta has created a musical universe for this story. It deals with everything from a flight to Cancun to a crash landing in the land of hopelessness.
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The next idol - Robert Vendetta, rocketing artist from Norway that could be easily described as some sort of a "Phenomenon..."
That's how the article starts. It's filled with reviews of his singles, an interview and more!
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Check out the music video and the first single from his upcoming album "All By His Handsome Self" due september 2021.
Based on the movie "Sin City" this video and song tells the story of being for a friend who's lost in despair.
The video for 2021's fourth single
showcases Robert Vendetta's abilities
as a visual storyteller, meeting himself at home in a lockdown.
"I thought it was the two of us, but then you suddenly married to someone else!" In the overture to Robert Vendetta's upcoming album we learn that he has been played with and is yet again "all by his handsome self." Still, though, he wishes the new couple all the best. A tragic story to a very singable and danceable retropop-tune!
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"This is a solid song overall, love the catchy vibe. The production is well managed, the chord progression sounds amazing, love it. This is clean and warm mixing wise."
"Cool pop rock composition, i liked the charismatic vocal, beautiful performance and overall pleasant vibes of the song!"
This energetic song, Robert Vendetta's first cover, is about being the ray of light that helps someone see through the dark. In the darkness, it is not always easy to accept a friend reaching out his hand. Sometimes all that friend can do is just to be there.
The single comes with the b-side "Quiero Quedarme Contigo" - a truly romantic song written for a wedding, in spanish!
"Without You" is a very well-produced, melodically enjoyable slice of brisk pop.
"Without You" is really excellent. Its retro side gives it an immediate charm. And yet it doesn't sound "old."
On his next release, Robert Vendetta is ready for the bad news he needs so he can move on - accompanied by a hundred year old, rusty piano in an empty room. An optimistic resignation.
Robert Vendetta describes the song this way: "Sometimes less is more, especially when you make a song about a void in the heart created by many unanswered questions."
"This is a very nice emotional track. We loved the melody in this, great lyrics! I can see that Robert has put all his heart into it."
"This is a really atmospheric, nostalgic piano driven piece. I liked the appealing lyrics here and the composition."
Robert Vendetta explains the vision of the song like this: Imagine James Brown inviting David Bowie and Little Richard to a musical party honoring the magical lady who had made the most beautiful entrance ever.
"While he may hail from Norway – a country I imagine filled with sleet and snow – Robert Vendetta is anything but."
"Vendetta throws it back to old-school funk and entices listeners to the dancefloor, in the same way that James Brown gets everybody up and partying."