Emmecosta’s tropical post-club debut album and focus single ‘Overnight’ give an essence of nordic coolness
Complete with dreamy soundscapes, urban beats and the essence of Nordic coolness, the three-piece is made up of Claudio Pallone, Alfonso Fusco and Aldo Axha.
Having developed their distinctive sound, they self-proclaim that the ten-track strong album is centred around that dream-like state of walking home alone after a night out. The album as a whole is reminiscent of Bon Iver, featuring melancholic and delicate tracks alongside ‘post-club tropical’ singles that are more upbeat.
Focus single ‘Overnight’ is a luxuriously slow-tempo track, yet highlights their positive and upbeat vibe and showcases Emmecosta’s self-proclaimed chilled tropical post-club genre.
The trio said of their debut album, “Our aim is to create an introspective and thought-provoking experience by exploring the complexities of human emotions and relationships through themes of lost love, regret, and self-discovery. We’ll delve into the nuances of each theme, examining the impact they have on our lives and relationships. Through our exploration, we hope to inspire a deeper understanding of ourselves and our connections with others.”
Hailing from the small Italian town of Positano, the post-club outfit has been based in Sweden for the past seven years. Now self-proclaimed Swedish nationals, two-thirds of the trio have followed their Italian roots back to Milan as the group discovered a newfound need to portray and develop their Swedish/Italian link through their work.