Nero Kane is an Italian psych dark folk songwriter with an intimate, minimal and decadent path. Voice and guitar combine his European roots to American desert sound in a project full of emotional visions.
His debut LP “Love In A Dying World” was recorded and produced in Los Angeles by Joe Cardamone and released in 2018 in vinyl and CD for LA art collective American Primitive. His sound has been critically defined as a suspended and crepuscular music where the melancholy of Nick Cave and the last Johnny Cash are mixed in a spare psych-folk and stark blues-rock with a distant, lost and frozen voice. His concerts are presented in duo; his guitar and voice are melted with Samantha Stella on keyboards and second voice. “Live there is an intensity, a sense of foreboding that is heightened routinely by intense atmospherics which makes it unique.”, Backseat Mafia (UK). His second album “Tales of Faith and Lunacy”, recorded and produced in Italy by Matt Bordin, is out on October 30th, 2020 in vinyl, CD and cassette via Berlin psych label Nasoni Records and Italian labels BloodRock Records and Anacortes Records. A timeless journey conceived in a personal vision of faith between spirituality and passion. The album unfolds in a desert landscape where medieval European mystical influences blend with the flavour of the American West to weave a gloomy, minimal psychedelia.