As a prelude to the release of the Lost In Translation album at the end of July we are privileged to premiere the rootsy single release from Daniel De Vita – Every Time I’m Close To You.
Lunaria Records showcase their Argentinian blues axeman, Daniel De Vita, with a new single Every Time I’m Close To You, which has a traditional flavour providing a refreshing addition to the world blues family.
He may claim that “It was an important challenge to write my own songs, the lyrics of each song were the most difficult thing. Due to the fact I am not a native English speaker, my brain has to adapt to think and work differently.”
Musically he more than compensates for this as he competently replicates the sound of guitar legends to prove that the blues is now an international genre and not confined to smoky American bars and British blues festivals. He also lends much to the argument that blues is at its best when at its barest, Daniel’s spectacular solo runs on lead guitar, Mariano D’Andrea ’s groovy bass and Gabriel Cabiaglia’s drums cleverly interspersing both guitars.
De Vita has built a solid reputation on the European blues circuit and hopefully given a much deserved higher profile through the album release this Argentinian outfit will be heard on the British stage next year.