Channeling influence from progressive rock, jazz, pop and blues, Nonviolenze’s cross-genre album ‘Ghosts of War’ is a mesmerising experience.
The title track by the same name looks to religion as a whole and questions how scriptures of all faiths often lead to hate, war and division.
Born in India and now based in Houston, Texas, Shri Baratan, aka the genius behind Nonviolenze, creates poetic tracks that can be simply described as visionary.
‘Ghosts of War’ features 9 tracks that share the same themes and philosophical lyrics. Touching upon hard-hitting matters of poverty and politics, the album also adds lyrical content on human rights and equality, something the world always needs to hear more about.
Letting listeners put their own relatable twist into the music, the overall message behind ‘Ghosts of War’ is unity. Now more than ever, we must come together and support each other; this is the overriding message of the enchanting debut album from an artist that must be heard.
Nonviolenze’s debut album is out now.
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