We had the pleasure to enjoy a preliminary taste of the authentic, Italian treasure that is Requiescat In Plavem, which we want to share further. We’re scarce on the details, but what we do know is that in 2012, Krano set on the Piave river’s trail, up the hills behind Valdobiaddene, just below the alpine areas of Veneto, armed with a Tascam 388 tape machine. After finishing recording, Krano mysteriously disappeared, leaving behind the beautiful album that was brought forward by a sincere friend. Sung entirely in the Veneto dialect, the psych-folk of Krano bears an old-school feel of the psychedelic beauty of the Veneto valley. Four years later, Requiescat In Plavem is out on Maple Death. Take a moment to enjoy a pure, Veneto ballad with ‘Mi E Ti’.