MARIANGELA DEMURTAS releases new song exclusively on Patreon

Italian singer MARIANGELA DEMURTAS (Vocalist of TRISTANIA and ARDOURS)  has released the song “I Should Have Known Better” exclusively to her followers on Patreon. The song was written by Danny Cavanagh of ANATHEMA.

MARIANGELA commented “I have been posting original songs on my Patreon for one year already and it is so exciting to see the reaction of my patrons. . For the month of August I chose to release this beautiful song that Danny Cavanagh (ANATHEMA s founder) wrote for me years ago when we went for a songwriting session in Algarve Portugal,, together with Daniel Cardoso, the actual producer of my new upcoming songs.”

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Vocalist and songwriter, MARIANGELA DEMURTAS, is well known as the as lead singer of the Norwegian band TRISTANIA, and her other project ARDOURS.

Having been singing from a young age, MARIANGELA’s journey as a professional singer began in 2007 with TRISTANIA , a pioneer of gothic metal in the world. During her time with TRISTANIA, they released two albums: ‘Rubicon’ in 2008 and ‘Darkest White’ in 2013. MARIANGELA has worked with well-known producers such as Waldemar Sorychta, Sasha Gerstner and Cris Cedeberg. Along with touring across continents and sharing stages with the likes of MOONSPELL, DARK TRANQUILITY, ORPHANED LAND,  and more.

MARIANGELA’s voice is powerful and versatile, complementing a wide range of musical styles. She wrote a solo album in 2013 but it remained unreleased, unsure of the musical direction to take. Initially choosing to release her solo work on Patreon, MARIANGELA is preparing to unleash her album into the wider world and make her solo debut in 2021.


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