Italian singer-songwriter Violetta Zironi and Californian artist Ed Prosek reveal duet ‘Come What May’
Harmonising a triage of focus between captivating melodies, introspective lyricism and 50s era-defining aesthetics, Italian singer-songwriter Violetta Zironi and Californian artist Ed Prosek team up again for their latest wintery, yet warm and heartfelt duet, “Come What May”.
Recalling a simpler time, “Come What May” effortlessly implores nostalgia for an era we didn’t experience.
Leaving you mystified by its enchanting soundscape and its thoughtfully placed melody and word, the single urges a charmingly amorous warmth that stops you in your tracks.
“Come What May is a sweet, simple, honest confession of the hopefulness of true love,” explains Zironi.
“This was a feeling both Ed and I could relate to in our own personal lives, and so we thought what better way to express it than as a duet.”
Prosek continues: “Violetta and I always write these dramatic sad songs and Come What May went completely the other way, soft, sincere and cute.
A bit of a change, but in my opinion a completely welcome one. I got my friend Sabastian Laverde in Valencia, Spain to record the strings at his wonderful studio and the song ended up with such a warm and cozy feel to it, perfect for the beginning of winter, before we all get sick and tired of it.”
Receiving praise from Wonderland, CLASH, The Line of Best Fit, NYLON and EARMILK to name a few outlets, Ed Prosek is certainly one of our favourite artists of the year.