Italy/Germany-based, Alt/Pop duo ‘Anaté’ release their album “Confessions”. Composed of singer-songwriter Ana and central producer Andrea, the pair say that the album title comes from the fact that “it includes 10 personal confessions, shared as songs” Discover the lead track ‘One Last Time’ the December 25th
The album includes
all previously released singles, which accounted for over 500k streams since the release of the first single
“Confusion”. It also includes three new tracks: “Too Far” is a trip-hop song strongly inspired to early
Massive Attack masterpieces; “Evil Twin” is an epic-sounding track, featuring a massive strings section
and ethnic instruments; “The Entertainer” is the final track of the album and talks about the struggles of
artists in getting their messages through. It’s an acoustic pop tune, written in 3/4 a mildly inspired to
some of the earliest songs of Sia.
Anaté was formed in 2019 when Andrea was searching for a vocalist to work with for a trip-hop project.
When he could find no one who fit the bill, a friend suggested Ana, who ended up sending Andrea “an
awesome melody and perfect lyrics”. Meeting for the first time in Brussels merely weeks later, the pair
decided their musical chemistry was undeniable and continued to collaborate together. Ana lives in Berlin,
and is trained in classical piano. Andrea is based out of Milan, and in addition to producing, has a
background playing guitar in various bands for over a decade. Anaté’s influences encompass a broad
range of genres and artists, including brit-pop, trip-hop, Pink Floyd, Lenny Kravitz, Massive Attack, and
Since joining forces, the pair has produced over 20 songs, with a majority of them recorded remotely.
Anaté has also been featured in several music outlets and magazines, including EARMILK, Notion, Vents,
and Music Crowns among others.
Stay tuned for more dynamic releases from Anaté this year.
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