Reflections is a lonesome journey through darkness. The song rides an uneasy undercurrent: part nostalgia, part desperation, an eerie testament to current times; where vague reflections in the night uncannily evoke the darkness in our collective past.
A unique voice emerging from Soho’s bohemian arts scene, Brudini has attracted praise from NYC punk manager legend Danny Fields (Iggy Pop, The Ramones, The Doors) for his erudite approach to music and lyricism. He has collaborated with Lulu Gainsbourg (son of the French icon Serge Gainsbourg), agender BBC superstar Lanah Pillay and Erasure’s Andy Bell, performed at Tate Britain and headlined last years Blogtober Festival. A product of both literary modernism and rock and roll, Brudini’s music evokes a wealth of artists and mediums. From Jim Morrison and the chansons moderne of Jacques Brel, to the avant-garde driving beats of Krautrock via the writings of Hamsun, Fante and Sartre, he comes off like a new-age lounge crooner in some smoky existential dream parlour. Wielding a live show that’s psychedelic to the point of being a total sensory experience, Brudini can always be found in that cosmic last chance saloon, uniting wayfarers and music lovers across the void through his cinematic plainsong. Debut album From Darkness, Light will be released later in 2019.