photography by Ilenia Tesoro
Flavio, Francesco and Giacomo are Inude, an electronic band from Italy. The three have known each other already for ages and have developed a deep friendship throughout those years. Something that can be felt very well in their artistic work. “We make music for us.” is one of their key phrases, and after softening their songs for the Italian market for a while, they now produce what they feel and love. And that is not something that can be taken for granted. Every artist knows these struggles, and the questions you ask yourself whether it is commercial enough, whether it sells well. Additional today there are many other questions, for example if it meets social consensus. A tightrope walk between artistic freedom and sales results.
It must feel like a liberating blow to leave those thoughts behind and to concentrate one’s artistic activity on what grows out of one’s own soul. “When you make this kind of music in Italy, you can only conclude that you do it for yourself. And I can say that I am proud that we make music for us and not for a corporate mission.” said Flavio in an interview with the Italian Rolling Stone. And that is undeniably a good thing.
Their new song “Noisy Floor, Silent Room” immediately draws you in. Soft at first, the song turns more and more into a genre-mixing piece that takes you on a deep journey through a psychedelic riot of sound. Speaking about it, they share: “The song tells a story of betrayal, that took place at the end of a relationship. The breaking of trust, helped putting and end to the relationship which had been dragging on for too long. Sometimes you need to get lost, to be able to find something new.”
The video for “Noisy Floor, Silent Room” is part of a wider project: the ‘Photogram Of Me’ short film – – which will be available for 5 days only at inudemusic.it from November 9th.
Enjoy the video below: