Saturday, 27 December 2014 21:08

Synch Song of the Week: Dominic Florio's 'Fade To Light'

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Dominic FlorioDominic Florio is an up and coming artist based out of Boston, Massachusetts. Florio recently released his second album Louder earlier this year which includes seven emotionally honest that showcase Florio’s true talent of instilling passion and purpose into pop music.

It is hard to choose a single favorite form the batch of sensitive lyrics and catchy hooks. However, Florio’s skill of blending old and new in the track “Fade to Light” wins it the title of this week’s Synch Song.

Florio infuses elements of late ‘70s pop, giving his listeners a modernized disco. The upbeat rhythm and electric guitar along with the lyrical content of relationships gone wrong, fits perfectly into sitcoms or romantic comedies similar to Modern Family, Friends, He’s Just Not That Into You or Friends with Benefits.

However, the fast and electric groove and the line “I won’t pretend that I know your story, as we fade, as we fade to the light,” would also make a killer car commercial.

Louder is now available on Spotify and iTunes along with Florio’s first album Reflections.



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