“The intent with this single together with Roman Meister, my great friend and producer, was exactly this: to create a summer hit with Latin sounds that would tell a love story and describe the sensations felt in that circumstance”
From 28 May it is available in radio rotation “You will fall in love”, New single by Morollo already present on all streaming platforms. “T’innamorerai”, Morollo’s new single, tells of a suspended dimension of love, a condition characterized by ambivalent feelings and thoughts that seem to put space-time laws on hold. The protagonists of the story are a boy and a girl, but above all his inner struggle and those feelings of love and hate that will accompany him for the duration of the story, as a kind of foreboding.
Morollo kindly granted us an interview.
“T’innamorerai” is your new single, what is it about?
T’innamorerai tells of a suspended dimension of love, a condition characterized by ambivalent feelings and thoughts that seem to put space-time laws on hold. The protagonists of the story are a boy and a girl, but above all his inner struggle and those feelings of love and hate that will accompany him throughout the story, as a kind of presentiment.
What do you want to convey with this song?
Love of course, the feelings attached to it in that circumstance.
What kind of welcome do you expect?
I honestly did not expect such results in such a short time! On spotify the song has already reached and surpassed 100,000 streams in just over two weeks and is passing through many radio stations. In the country where I live, many people who meet me give compliments and some of them caught me on the radio. I am very happy with it!
How did you approach the world of music?
My older brother is a classical guitarist, there is a photo of me in the walker fascinated by him while he was studying the instrument. So when I was 6 I started taking classical guitar lessons, electric guitar and finally electric bass. I really listened to everything. From Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Beatles, Aerosmith, Ac / Dc, Guns ‘n’ Roses to Blink-182 punk, Simple plan, up to the emotional metalcore of Bullet For My Valentine and My Chemical Romance. At 16 I had already held the role of bassist in various Rock groups, but I have always been fascinated by all music, to broaden my horizons I have seriously listened to everything from classical Mozart to Rap, Latino to Techno. “