The newest West Coast rockstar inspired by The Beatles, Van Gogh and… his cat

It’s week seven of the lockdown and you may have found yourself talking to your cat as if it was a person by now. Well, new rock artist Lucas Tadini has gone that step further by taking inspiration from his cat, Lucifer. Born in Brazil to Italian parents, Tadini is a multi-cultural, musically astounding phenomenon, the breath of fresh air the world so desperately needs.

His debut single, ‘The Arsonist’ is a universal message to accept and embrace change and couldn’t resonate more with us in this current climate.

Listen to the teaser for ‘The Arsonist’ here

Don’t worry, it’s not just you.. We wish our cat could inspire us to make great tunes like these too!

The Arsonist is Tadini’s debut solo single, the sum combination of his musical journeys so far from studying at the world-famous Berklee College of Music, playing in bands across the country including TüR and Mais 55 from his hometown of Sao Paolo and Skunk Oil in LA as well as playing with such legends as Jota Quest, Seu Jorge and drummer supreme, Kenwood Dennard, as well as the world-renowned conductors, Henry Leck and Joao Carlos Martins.

It is the first teaser from his album, Collective Delusion, set to be released later this year. For more updates on this, and for updates on Lucas and of course, Lucifer, follow them on social in the links below.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tadini/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lucastadini/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeMilxOcYdk&feature=youtu.be

Website: lucastadini.com