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Tips and Tricks from Red Roll: Italian band, Red Roll, is making 2022 their best year yet. They just released their new song, Shrift, which will be followed by the release of their full length album later this month through Universal Music Italia. The album was recorded in Monza, Frequenze Studios, January 2022, and according to the band, creating this album was very therapeutic. Each song depicts a state of mind, a marginality, an extreme; a departure from what is socially acceptable in daily life. A departure from what we say out loud in everyday life.

The band, Red Roll, was born in the summer of 2018. It was formed by four lifelong musicians. The band is composed of Passo on vocals and guitar, Leo on guitars and vocals, Cesi on bass, and Jonny on drums. Since that day, they have played nonstop. They have been making their dreams come true one step after another. Red Roll has found a way to get their music out there, despite the unprecedented times of the pandemic, which was full of restrictions, particularly in Italy.

This year the world will see the escalation of Red Roll as a band in the music world. The band just signed a distribution deal with Universal Music Italia for their upcoming album, and have recently signed with manager Andrea Dulio.

What is the biggest tip you followed when creating your sound?

Hello guys! Thank you for having us here! It'a big pleasure! We don't follow any tips, we are simply trying to follow what the music, the emotion we want to share, is telling us! How did your sound evolve from the start to the finish?

In general this album is more introspective from the first EP. It is an album that needs time to be understood.

Any tricks up your sleeve when making your latest music?

Time. We were in Italy during COVID restrictions, we were looking in our house.... but we were full of time and strong feelings! Was there a collection of ideas that you had or did you have a really specific idea on the music?

Another Way Of Silence is a sincere album! We are overwhelmed by appearances, by fast things that must strike you in 3 seconds. This album wants to be a way to break away from this frenetic reality. A way to sit down, immerse yourself in your own silence. How much time do you demand of yourself to focus on your music?

It depends! Sometimes I spent days inside the process... sometimes it tooks me a few minutes a day! It depends on the inspiration and all the other stuff I have to do! Do you have any tips or tricks for our audience on how to manage your time when it comes to making sure your music is on track for release?

The moment of the release is quite stressful in my experience. As an independent artist I have to manage everything by myselves, and I always feel like I don't have enough time!

The best thing I've found during this time is to prepare a document on my laptop where I wrote any ideas and I try to give order to all the things to do.

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