Moro & the Silent Revolution: 'Home Pastorals' Review

By Patricia Streeter,
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3.0 Stars - It's Good

Do you get lost in your music? If so, have you considered listening to melodic Folk Pop? Moro & the Silent Revolution is a Folk Pop band from Emilia-Romagna, Italy. The members of Moro & the Silent Revolution are Massimiliano Morini (Vocals, Guitar), Lorenzo Gasperoni (Guitar), Franco Naddei (Keyboards, Guitar), and Denis Valentini (Drums). They joined forces in 2010. Tuesday, May 6, 2014, Moro & the Silent Revolution released their third album, Home Pastorals. This is their first album with Gamma Pop which they moved to in 2013; the same year they obtained their name. Gamma Pop is a small independent label, which also puts Moro & the Silent Revolution in the Indies category. Moro & Silent Revolution is one of three bands the Italian label produces.

Massimiliano Morini is the focal point of the band. Also, he is the group’s song writer. His fusion of popular music and acoustic sounds produced an album true to the genre. Home Pastorals consists of 12 tracks. Though the band is from Italy, Moro sings in English with no set theme or message because the band prefers to go with the flow. His mind and emotions guides the listener through the album. The general public has moved from their nation’s traditional folk music to Pop, R&B, Hip Hop, and Rock music. Folk Pop thrives in Eastern Europe and keeps folk aquatic sounds alive. If you enjoy melodic instrumental and calming vocals, you can unwind with this album. If you are open to new groups and sounds, I recommend giving Moro & the Silent Revolution a chance.

Will you be in Italy in July? You have two opportunities to see Moro & the Silent Revolution live. The first location is close to their home town. On Tuesday, July 15, 2014, Moro & the Silent Revolution will be in Bologna; this is the largest metropolitan city in the Emilia-Rogmagna Region. On Wednesday, July 30, 2014, they will be performing in Riccione. Do not forget to mark your calendar. For more information, you should periodically check their Facebook page and Twitter account. You can purchase Home Pastorals from Amazon.

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