Ghosts and rats haunt “Ghosts,” the debut single by Qvintessence, with which the Italian Rock band wants to exorcise the “skeletons in the closet” and the “ghosts” that we carry inside. They speak of infamous people, those who even through small gestures have marked us and have obtained a place of dishonor in our soul. Watch the official video for the track through the YouTube player below:
Rock music, which through its communicative energy, becomes the vehicle and catharsis of the most intimate sphere of the band, which has its musical roots in the Seattle Grunge of the early 90s.
The video clip bears the signature of Simone Casadio Pirazzoli who, former director of the video “Our New World” by Dream Theater, returns to deal with distorted guitars and Heavy drums. All the shots were shot at the Ex Ospedale Psichiatrico dell’Osservanza of Imola, a place that brings to mind one of the darkest pages of our recent history, but which makes a fundamental contribution to the video clip, underlining the anxieties that the song tells.
“Ghosts” is released on DeepOut Records (Alman Music) and anticipates the homonymous album Qvintessence, which will be available from the end of May on CD, vinyl and on all digital platforms.
Pre-orders are open here: https://www.qvintessence.com/
Giacomo Calabria / Drums
Luca Nicolasi / Bass
Omar Macchione / Guitars and Backing Vocals
Francesco Grandi / Vocals