Sintonia Distorta has always been a band in progression, which has been able to adapt over time to the various musical influences of its components up to the most current progressive. The lyrics of the songs are all in Italian, a choice chosen to make the message containing each song better. The Sintonia Disorta love to alternate their own songs with 80s / 90s covers re-arranged in the now tested Sintonia-Style. The title track A Piedi Nudi Sull’Arcobaleno,
They do not like to follow a single genre in fact in their songs you can find various influences ranging from Classic Rock to Power, from Prog to Metal always maintaining a taste for melody. The lyrics of the songs are all in Italian, a choice chosen to make the message containing each song better.
Five years after Fragments Of Enchantment, and twenty-five years after the start of their adventure the band have released A Piedi Nudi Sull’Arcobaleno (Barefoot On The Rainbow). The band is as always led by the founding fathers Simone Pesatori (vocals) and Fabio Tavazzi (bass, backing vocals). The Lodi band returns with a new six-man formation that sees in its ranks also Giampiero Manenti (keyboards, second voices, choirs), Claudio Marchiori (solo guitar, acoustic, rhythmic), Giovanni Zeffiro (drums, second voices, choirs) and Marco Miceli (flute, sax). The track Solo Un Sogno (… dimmi che ti basta) (Just A Dream (… tell me that’s enough)
One statement about the band, «…..A refined progressive hard rock, full of remarkable compositions and arrangements, in which each song catapults you into a magnificent surprise!…. ».
In this second chapter A Piedi Nudi Sull’Arcobaleno the band makes the desired leap in quality towards the already highly appreciated debut album Frammenti d’incanto (2015), and it does so thanks to a super production that boasts nothing less than Fabio Zuffanti in the “control room, illustrious guests Roberto Tiranti, Luca Colombo, Paolo Viani, The Music Cantori In Milan), as well as a sound enriched by flute, sax, hints of moog and mellotron, envelops the rock soul of a dress that fully refers to the Italian seventies-style hard prog, not without renouncing the modernity, passion and emotional abilities that have always distinguished the Lombard crew…The track Clochard (Tramp),