FRANCIS McVan PROJECT PRESENTS "SOMEONE SAID," THE SECOND SINGLE ABOVE THE EXIT EP "N
SOMEONE SAID is the second single Francis McVan Project that anticipates the release of 'EP NO ZONE COMFORT, first record of this project. Dance'n roll again for Francis McVan and SuperGifMan, the new superhero to pop music service. An invitation to get rid of the problems, at least for one night, dancing and living the present with serenity, without giving a name to their concerns.
A glimpse of the private life of a great superhero. Back SuperGifMan and shows us the difficulty of managing their own super powers in everyday life. Image interferences, earthquakes powerful and multi-colored rays shook up the life and home of our superhero as he meticulously prepares for the next video!
VIDEO CREDITS: Francesco Vannini and owls Director: Francesco Vannini Assistant director: owls Subject: Francesco Vannini Special thanks to Francesco and Francesco Vannini Vannini Production: DNV Productions Press office: DNV Press
Francis McVan Project is an act of rebellion. Francis is the freedom to make music without boundaries and labels, but above all is the freedom to overcome from time to time their own comfort zone. Francis McVan songwriter has a twin brother (Francesco Vannini) with three disks assets and over twenty years experience, who not long ago said he wanted to change course, to want to renew, you want to quit once and for all in the wake of the Italian singer so 70 years mold making any inspiration dated, even the most futuristic. He fell down the sky, and all to criticize, all to accuse him of wanting to deny himself, the Italian music, the tradition of songwriting involved and moderately radical chic. Francis had dared to utter the word "Pop" and that was how even some of his musicians were startled, horrified, intensely prayed your God because Francis return itself. No longer able to endure this cage made of cantautoriali cliché, Francis decided to break away once and for all by the twin brother and started his artistic life. First step? Doing what he liked, whatever it was. The result is a case in quarters, a low pulsing, much electronic, but also many guitars. What is not everything? But above all, we really want to put labels to his music? Call it then Dance'n roll, if you just can not help it!