LOS ANGELES, California, United States, Feb. 2, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Italian-born singer-songwriter Luigi Grosu has released his own soulful version of Sia’s 2004 track “Breathe Me,” via his own imcosmic label and Sony’s AWAL.
Stream or download here: http://louigi.lnk.to/breatheme
The release of “Breathe Me” follows his own written song “Golden” (which is featured on the B-side) which was released as the lead single from his upcoming project, the latest discussions on anxiety and how it has affected his relationships by feeling like a burden. And releasing a rendition of “Breathe Me” as an extension of that makes perfect sense, since Sia’s song is obviously about depression.
BIO: Born in Rome, Italy, Luigi Grosu came into his own after developing a keen interest in sharing his life experiences through his music. Grosu went from releasing a premature introductory single “I’m Gonna” to releasing an evolved, confident version of a rendition of Donnie Darko’s soundtrack “Mad World” and debut EP Fastline. . Later came the second EP, Rear View Mirror. Each release so far has developed a stronger, more mature sound from Luigi Grosu, who can take listeners through a journey of growth in his vocal skills, curated storylines and soundscapes transformed into a sound that is his own. the most familiar. About two years later, he returns with an alternative RnB confessional ‘Home To Me’ which features his best friend Daniel Roscioli providing the rap track on the single, followed by another collaboration between the two ‘Golden’ ‘.