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Rome in Silver Stirs Up Excitement with Upcoming ‘Like Lightning’ EP

Rome in Silver floored us all with the powerfully uplifting vibrations of ‘Fade’—the first single off his the Like Lightning EP. After built-up anticipation, it’s here and sure to have you replaying it all day long.

Founded by San Holo, the bitbird label is home to artists like DROELOE, Taska Black, Duskus, EASTGHOST, and many more. In his Like Lightning EP, Rome in Silver has beautifully meshed together elements from hip-hop, dance and pop music into a unique and unforgettable take on future bass.

Vinny Pisciotta, AKA Rome in Silver, has carefully worked to craft the signature flowy sound that is evident in his work. Yet still, with every new release, he manages to make us fall in love with his artistry all over again. In the last year, he has brought us some tunes we can’t help but move our bodies to. For instance, ‘Fool’, and his 47-song mix ‘Monochrome II’, are just a few of his beats we are sure to never forget.

Rome in Silver’s recent work truly has the power to take us all on a beautiful journey. In other words, the cascading transitions, catchy beats, and glistening sounds that those tracks behold will mesmerize you.

Essentially, the element of surprise is not lacking with Rome in Silver’s Like Lightning EP. You will find that he reinvents himself with every new track. This epic EP truly showcases his creative visions, and it will most definitely exceed every expectation you have. So, brace yourself for the sonic adventure it will take you on, and look forward to its release this May!

Listen to ‘Fade’, the first song from Like Lightning below. Above all, stay tuned for the rest of what Rome in Silver has in store for you next.

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