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Demian Dorelli "Things Behind The Sun": A nonchalant stroke of genius?

Demian Dorelli is a pianist from UK who's recently released "Things Behind The Sun" is as melancholic, as it is dynamic and nonchalant - somehow all at once.

While the music undoubtedly has a strong core, I find it very difficult if not impossible to identify it, yet alone refer it to a single sub-genre. The performance is no short of captivating - the uniquely produced visual adds to the already many unexpected elements of this artistic endeavor, leaving the viewer impressed, only in a very bizarre way.

I'll need to sleep on this to really understand my feelings about this, but one thing I know is that they're certainly some kind of positive. Check it out up above.


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