Medivh – Rebirth / Single Review
December 17, 2021 | By: Rock Industry
Residing in between electronic music and alternative rock, Medivh’s music isn’t for the faint hearted. Receiving praise from the likes of Rock IT Italia, Firenze Urban Style Magazine and local radio stations in Italy, Medivh’s music is the perfect match for all those moments suspended between dream, reality, fear and excitement. Composed of brothers Emmanuele and Tommaso, the siblings write and produce their own music. The type of track that would sit perfectly on your playlist if you love Steven Wilson, Porcupine Tree, Mogwai, or Depeche Mode, the transcending sound of Medivh will leave you weak at the knees.
Adding to the track’s inspiration, Medivh explain, “In a reality that always pushes you to the limit you have to be strong and rise again every day. Forgetting yesterday’s fears and failures, to have courage and fully living the present. We met a girl recently and we listened to her story. A brief meeting, but we kept it in our mind. It’s Marie Jane, a survivor. She’s fragile and strong at the same time: she’s very young but she already knows how tough life is. She’s been tempered by the storm and what she experienced has made her capable of rising from her own ashes. Every night she dies. Every day she is reborn to fight and feel alive”. Marie Jane is magnetic, a force of nature. She attracts you and you can’t help but want to be like her. She feeds on energy, she creates and destroys. Marie Jane is a Goddess and we can only stand and stare while she passes through our lives.”
The genesis of the project dates back to summer 2020, and fast forward to now, the outfit have released an album and a single. Returning with ‘Rebirth’, the new track crafts electronica, rock and alternative pop melodies to convey its diverse soundscape. Weaving the brothers various musical influences and sound textures to create their innovative sound, the heartbeat and pulsating rhythms come from drummer Lorenzo.
Built upon chemistry, you can hear the brothers’ connection on and off the stage is electric.