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Nicolas Lovero dit Neant Rouge / Press

“what’s your method at the time of writing a song?? I have music in my head all the time since my adolescence, so most of the themes of my songs were in my head when I started to write them. But, I love create music in walking in the streets or when I'm in a train, in the tube, in a car or a bus. At this time, I let my imagination. I need to see scroll landscapes or many peoples that I didn't know, the crowd inspires me. When I have a good song, I play it in my head several times and I keep it in my memory. Then, I play on my piano the air which I memorized and I make the orchestration of the song. I attach great importance to the sound of each of my songs, and I also work a lot in search of the best instruments that stick to the themes of my tracks. I have in my memory many songs that I have not yet written and recorded.”

“what’s your method at the time of writing a song?? I have music in my head all the time since my adolescence, so most of the themes of my songs were in my head when I started to write them. But, I love create music in walking in the streets or when I'm in a train, in the tube, in a car or a bus. At this time, I let my imagination. I need to see scroll landscapes or many peoples that I didn't know, the crowd inspires me. When I have a good song, I play it in my head several times and I keep it in my memory. Then, I play on my piano the air which I memorized and I make the orchestration of the song. I attach great importance to the sound of each of my songs, and I also work a lot in search of the best instruments that stick to the themes of my tracks. I have in my memory many songs that I have not yet written and recorded.”

“what’s your method at the time of writing a song?? I have music in my head all the time since my adolescence, so most of the themes of my songs were in my head when I started to write them. But, I love create music in walking in the streets or when I'm in a train, in the tube, in a car or a bus. At this time, I let my imagination. I need to see scroll landscapes or many peoples that I didn't know, the crowd inspires me. When I have a good song, I play it in my head several times and I keep it in my memory. Then, I play on my piano the air which I memorized and I make the orchestration of the song. I attach great importance to the sound of each of my songs, and I also work a lot in search of the best instruments that stick to the themes of my tracks. I have in my memory many songs that I have not yet written and recorded.”

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