Lucas Tadini is the latest rockstar to put his stamp on the world with his debut album ‘Collective Delusion’, out this September. The Brazillian born singer is now settled in LA following his graduation from Berklee College of Music, where he played with and drew inspiration from some of the best musicians in the world.
Having previously played in bands such as as TüR and Mais 55 from his hometown of Sao Paulo and Skunk Oil in LA where he honed his skills as a singer, keyboardist and guitarist, as well as his production and arrangements, Tadini is now going solo!
Taking inspirations from musical icons such as The Beatles as well as Vincent Van Gogh for his track ‘Over the Rhone’, this debut album from Tadini is set to talk about his experiences in life so far including his struggles with mental health and how he has overcome these.
His first single, ‘The Arsonist’ is out now and reflects his new solo artist adventure as Tadini describes the inspiration behind the song “It’s the first song I wrote for the album. It is about setting one’s old self on fire (therefore the arsonist) in order to start fresh, kind of like a Phoenix. It symbolizes the beginning of my solo career”.
Tadini is set to release two more singles ‘Welcome Back to Freedom’ on June 26th and ‘El Capitan’ on August 7th ahead of the full album launch in September.
In the meantime, give him a follow on social below for any future sneak peeks into the rest of the album!