There’s nothing Splendore can’t do, seriously. The triple-threat musician, producer and DJ has been making waves over the last year with his hyper-pop beats and digitally-industrial sound, returning to the fore this Friday with new track, “There’s nothing of you anymore”.
Taken from his forthcoming EP, “OMG, am I really feeling these feelings I’m feeling right now?”, the song pursues that brand of bold, boundary-pushing electro the Italian multi-hyphenate has become so known for, cramming distorted vocals and tricked-out guitars over the song’s dark, glitch-filled synthetic soundscape.
“I can explain it with a quote from I’m Thinking of Ending Things, a novel by Iain Reid,” he says of the track’s heartbreaking lyrics. “’What can we do when there’s no one else? When we’ve tried to sustain fully on our own? What do we do when we’re always alone? When there’s no one else, ever? What does life mean then? Does it mean anything? What is a day then? A week? A year? A lifetime? What is a lifetime?’”
Pretty stirring, huh? Check out the glitch-filled track below…