Dream pop with a cinematic vibe? Ambient indie taken into orchestral realms? A blend of chime and charm expressed as drifting and gorgeous music? Call it what you will; Sinners Sing is a beautiful affair.

It is no surprise that at the helm of this magical musical ship is Anto Cossu, an award-winning film score composer and songwriter. You can hear that the band doesn’t approach their task in the usual songwriting way. It is more free-form. More expansive. Less conventional and conformist. Wild, in a gentle sort of way, untethered and dreamlike.

I’m not really sure how you go about creating such ethereal music but my message to you is clear. Please don’t ever change.

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