\"The Softone\" is the main project of the italian singer/songwriter Giovanni Vicinanza.
After some years spent through various musical
experiences , he chose the most intimate way founding \"The Softone\" (\"Soft\" stands for the delicacy of the sound , and \"One\" stands for his solitary mood).
He started to write lots of songs in his home studio called \"The Room\" , now known as \"LavaLab\" and in the year 2004 he appeared in the \"Keepsake compilation vol.2\" (Keeprecordings, USA) with a grafceful cover of Spain\'s \"Easy Lover\" also included in his first self-produced promotional album.
The year 2006 is the time for being part of Awful_Bliss Records\' double CD compilation \"Songs for another Place\"
along with the likes of Tracker, Tobin Sprout, Swearing at Motorists, Barzin, Great Lake Swimmers, Giardini di Mirò, Rosolina Mar.
Soon after , it\'s time for the first \"official\" release on A_B Records. We\'re talking about \"All my days\" single CD , that was presented in the summertime during the \"Stabiavela\" happening.
Often compared to the tunes of Matt Ward, Dakota Suite and Spain, The Softone full lenght debut album (mixed by Adam Selzer of Norfolk&Western) is out on Summer 2008, embellished by the brilliant collaboration with the US underground hero Faris Nourallah and the talented italian singer Songs for Ulan.