You can’t argue that emerging pop outfit Of Verona provide a suitably intriguing potent mix of gothically leaning hybrid electronica. One that matures and opens up insight guided by it’s mesmerising nature, and which encourages subsequent listening.
Uncovering further information, it’s interesting to learn that it comes from a band born of thespian connotations, who take their name from Shakespeare’s earliest known play “Two Gentlemen Of Verona”, imagined by the band as “an underdog of sorts”
From debut EP “The White Apple”, all the aforementioned insight becomes apparent within the release of single “Keep The Faith” that arrives with high-end impact whilst surrounded in a darkened evocative mist of eclectic mystery and illuminated overall with driving melodic soundscapes.
“Keep The Faith” bites. It bites with a powerful grip yet is fed by a chilling allure that bulldozers it’s way through genre boundaries and creates it’s own alternative vision.
Of Verona have brought to life a broodingly dramatic new chapter of ethereally diversified alt-pop, one that will undeniably raise their profile as proficient game-changers.