Babylonia is doing 3 dates in Italy in February and April in Italy to promote the band’s most recent output “Multidimensional”. For the album Babylonia worked together with sound engineer Marco Barusso (Nek, Modà, Lacuna Coil) and the legendary Ted Jensen (Eagles, Norah Jones) of the Sterling Sound Studio in New York for the polished sound, with its synths, guitars and strings. The band also worked together with Steve Lyon (Depeche Mode, Subsonica, Laura Pausini, The Cure), Stefano Mariani (Daniele Silvestri, Paola Turci, PFM), Silvio Masanotti (Pacifico, Samuele Bersani) and Ivan Ciccarelli (Antonella Ruggiero).
But back to the live dates. Named the ‘Multidimensional Tour’ the band will play live at the following dates:
In anticipation of third single from the album “Multidimensional”, here is the music video of another track from the same album: “Embrace Me”:
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