Track Premiere: Notturno – “Falling”

Notturno is here with a hefty dose of Ophelian rage on their debut album, Obsessions. The brainchild of Italian multi-instrumentalist Vittorio Sabelli, Notturno leverages a spare, chamber-music style and vocalist Kjiel’s plaintive shrieks to create an immersive experience of profound sadness. Today, we’re hosting an exclusive debut of the closing track on Obsessions, “Falling.” “Falling,” like the rest of Obsessions, is a delicate, deliberate work. The album’s staid pace and flourishes of acoustic instrumentation add to its overall Gothic feel—the record’s pacing also lends the three-song LP a certain doominess. Kjiel weaves her spell here in everything from breathy whispers to … Continue reading Track Premiere: Notturno – “Falling”