Artists We Love: Marcio Novelli

26th February 2016 No comments


Last week singer-songwriter Marcio Novelli released a video for track “Remember Love”. Filmed last March just after the birth of his second child, Novelli describes the song as “a reflection of the evolution of affection and how it grows and changes over time from obsession and infatuation into something much deeper and more meaningful. Despite this transformation, it’s essential to remember the passion and excitement that formed the attraction in the first place.”
Novelli’s fans have come to expect his music to be emotive and honest and “Remember Love” is no exception. A self-described eclectic artist, Novelli’s music offers clever melodic play and genuine musicianship. Songs range from ballads to raucous and some which lie somewhere in the middle; there’s something for everyone. Drawing inspiration from life, love, and literature, Novelli’s lyrics leave room for the listener to glean their own interpretation.
In addition to writing songs and singing, Marcio is an award-winning filmmaker. His documentary Walking Proof chronicled the making of his album It’s Not an Excuse, It’s a Reason and it won multiple awards and unanimous praise.
In his spare time (haha), Novelli is the co-host of one of our favorite podcasts, Bridge the Atlantic, in which Novelli and co-host Ross Barber interview entertainers, musicians, and music industry professionals and discuss a variety of topics pertaining to their careers. This is done with levity and a practicality that other shows are sorely lacking. Each episode offers real-world advice while somehow managing to make you spit out your drink, usually more than once. If you don’t already subscribe to Bridge the Atlantic, do it now. Go HERE

Rent Marcio’s award-winning film, Walking Proof HERE

Follow Marcio on Spotify, Twitter, and Facebook

Check out some of Marcio’s music below:

The new video, “Remember Love”

My favorite song, “This Song Is Not For You”

“Doctor, Please”

S.A.D (BTA listeners know this one 🙂

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