Italian composer and musician Daniele Giuili shares his 10 track album ‘A Simple Toxic Relationship’, out now on all streaming platforms.

Naming Olafur Arnalds, Ludovico Einaudi and Riopy as his biggest influences, Daniele draws on his combined influences, thriving on being able to experiment with his music and the concepts and emotions he’s able to portray.

Recorded both in his home studio and a recording studio, the album effortlessly combines elements of ambient, electronic, pop and folk that come together to express the complexities of a toxic relationship through music.

Speaking of the album, Daniele says, “In a toxic relationship of any kind, you cross many phases. You touch the sky and the following day you burn in hell. The stability is compromised and the only way to avoid total ‘defeat’ is to pick up the pieces and gradually understand what happened and why you did this. Why did you lose control of yourself?

I hope that this album could be of help, a shoulder to cry on and a companion.
Everyone can make mistakes, and everyone deserves to talk about it and move on. This album is an outlet, a liberation from something that was eating me from the inside and at the same time it is a normal story, narrated step by step. Every human being has a way to express pain and feelings and with music. Every song has a purpose to express how I perceived every single moment of this event and every moment has inspired a different mood or melody.”

Daniele Giuili is an Italian composer, musician who plays and teaches bass, piano, ukulele, mandolin and acoustic, classical and electric guitar. He has been performing since 2006 with his band About Wayne, and has now embarked on a solo career in music.

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