We are very proud to premiere the new video from [deep breath] artist, poet, musician, progger, acoustic singer songwriter, guitarist and all-round good egg, Nonviolenze.
Based under the big skies of Texas, Nonviolenze actually goes somewhat microscopic with this release, with Electron, going even beyond his previous release, Ghosts of War which discussed the rights and wrongs of human behaviour with even more forensic analysis, this time questioning what around us is eternal…if anything. Blimey. There’s something for you to ponder over the weekend! Lovely video though and the painting would fit perfectly in our front room.
Born in India and now based in Houston, Texas, Nonviolenze is Shri Baratan, a singer, songwriter and guitarist who fuses rock with jazz, pop and blues to create stunning tracks which evolve into mini worlds in which to explore a myriad of themes. His three-octave vocal range and distinctive fingerpicking and harmonic guitar playing style are married with deeply poetic and philosophical lyrics. Shri is also an extremely talented artist, employing acrylics and oils in his paintings. For his album Ghosts of War, Shri is combining all these elements, each song accompanied by a powerful painting, creating a completely audio-visual experience.