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Armonight Rocks Around Europe

We Are Armonight

This weeks feature on Italian music and musicians takes a look at Italian rock band Armonight which is set to rock its way around Europe this coming summer.

From the Vincenza area of north Italy, Armonight has already released three albums. The band has also put together some great looking music videos too. Their sound is not dissimilar to that of Evanescence and they’d probably sound pretty good in a stadium, well that’s what I think.

We Are Armonight
We Are Armonight

I guess you’ll what to hear what Armonlight sounds like, so here are two videos of them in musical action.

Armonight – Dancing with Ghosts

[youtube width=”556″ height=”469″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLbsXLPnhrA[/youtube]

Next up is:

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Stop reading, start speaking

Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.

[youtube width=”556″ height=”469″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhKEvnh7Ihw[/youtube]

This summer, Armonlight can be heard in the UK, Switzerland, Holland, France, and, of course, their native Italy.

Despite being Italian, and as you may have noticed, Armonlight sings in English. Even the band’s website is entirely in English too. Interesting.

Here’s their website: Armonlight – where you’ll be able to find their albums and find out all about their upcoming tour too.

It’s Italian music, but not as we know it, Jim.

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