Trieste Science+Fiction Festival announces the opening of the festival with the concert of the band Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti, on October the 31th, for Halloween night, at the Miela Theatre in collaboration with Bonawentura.
A great soiree for Trieste Science+Fiction Festival which, in collaboration with the Miela Theatre and Bonawentura, presents the concert of “Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti” during Halloween night.
Davide Toffolo, leading voice of the band “Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti”, is also the author of the official image of the festival. The band was born more than twenty years ago in Pordenone, and represents the bright star of the independent national scene, also because of their role as relentless transmitters of the best Italian music through the label La Tempesta.
A huge chance of bringing them back to Trieste after the release of their eight studio album “Inumani”, which marks the end of the trilogy started with the albums “Primitivi del futuro” and “Nel giardino dei fantasmi”. Inumani shows all the aspects of the eclectic musical attitude of the three members of the band, from rock to reggae passing through the folk of an imaginary ethnic group which has characterised their sound during these last years. Inumani contains eleven new songs which enrich the fantastic imaginary world of the disguised trio. Often declined from a female perspective, Inumani deals with our dreams, our ambitions, our wounds, exorcised through the power of music. Between ballads and hymns, Inumani has a strong relation to the world of comics: the title in itself is a tribute to the American epics of superheroes, in the most visionary invention of the great Jack Kirby. “This is a moment of transition: technology is transforming us. We are no longer human. Not in the way we used to be”.