Newcomer Vraell shares mesmeric song ‘Collateral’, signs to Nettwerk
April 11, 2022 BY Jason Currell
Nettwerk is pleased to announce the signing of musician & producer Vraell to the label’s expanding roster of UK acts, and he’s just shared the beautifully poignant single ‘Collateral‘.
Featuring Vraell’s ethereal vocals and sweeping, yet subtle productions, the melancholic track is about trying to get a person you care about to leave a bad situation with you. “It kind of delves into retrospect of why they haven’t left with you/cared for leaving in the first place and why they’re still not,” he further explained. “But you’re then absorbing all their fatality and it’s kind of killing you because you constantly empathise. I think this song at heart is just about helplessness and shock at the other person’s stupor in a place that is severely detrimental over the years.”
Listen to ‘Collateral’ here and below:
Vraell (real name Alessio Scozzaro) is a classically trained musician who’s been releasing music under the Vraell moniker since early 2019, slowing building up an online audience for his ethereal sounds. Taking inspiration from classical guitar musicians such as Gustavo Santaolalla and contemporary acts like Sufjan Stevens and RY X, Scozzaro compelling songwriting explores hefty, personal themes, carefully transforming these topics into relatable and emotive remedies. Vraell’s self-released debut EP Fall came out in 2020.
Vraell is currently putting the fishing touches to his Nettwerk debut EP, due out later this year.
For more music and any press enquiries, please contact Ken Li @ Nettwerk.