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Albero della Vita is A Big Moment in Music History


Shivan Luca has graced the Flyah Flock with a stupendous album of oneness!  Here what our new creative writer had to say below!


 This is a great album for the rain/snowy winter season. The songs will keep you warm and cozy as you curl up under a blanket or sit dressed head to toe in a sweat suit and fuzzy socks. 

The album moves through different feelings with ease as it reminds us to take risks, love like no one’s watching and keep in touch with those we love. The indie/folk element uses a simple melody to portray varied experiences; from reflection to falling in love, even giving us a song that is reminiscent of one of a past teen romance. It’s sentimental in places and fantastical in others. We are taken on a journey during this album that feels, in parts personal and universal. 

Two songs that stood out were ‘Give Me a Little Time’ and ‘Don’t Go’. The first gave off the sense of a cute falling in love song, while other is a confession to a lover that, honestly has a bit of a jig to it.

There is one song with a video, ‘Too Late’. The song is one that reminds us to take risks and the video manages to capture a world where risks are taken; even small ones. The link to check it out is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2D0JyyZwW-k

Shivan Bonanno, known by his artist name, Shivan Luca is a singer/songwriter, producer, performer and molecular neurologist. His debut album, Albero della Vita was released on September 1, 2020 and can be found on several streaming services: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/shivanluca/albero-della-vita. Once you’re finished with the ‘Too Late’ music video, you can check out the other wonderful songs on his YouTube channel or check him out, every Wednesday, at 5 pm PST on Instagram Live. If you’re loving his work so far, don’t worry, his second album, The Mad Hat will be coming in December 2020.

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