Taken from “Heavy Heart” debut album, out on October 22nd 2021.
After many projects with bands, the musician based in Lyon (France) Nicolas Gasparotto – former member of Fallaster (Emo/Post Hardcore) and Medusa in my knickers (Black Wave) – puts aside the screams and distortions of Metal/Hardcore to elaborate a very personal post-folk album, conceived entirely alone, from the songwriting to the recording, from the mixing to the making of the videos.
Inspired by artists such as Bon Iver, City And Colour, Katatonia or Slowdive, Pleine Lvne reveals his inner troubles of the recent years in a refined album with for main configuration an electric guitar and his voice. Like a melancholic introspection, “Heavy Heart” lets the emotions of the soul resonate.
“Heavy Heart” is the first album by Nicolas Gasparotto, aka Pleine Lvne. It deals with the weight that we carry every day. The weight of sadness, anguish, solitude, and the endless questions that creep in once night has fallen.
More specifically, “Heavy Heart” refers to four particularly difficult years that the artist himself, Nicolas Gasparotto, went through. Four years of battling his inner demons, four years of trying to defeat his consuming anxiety.
Heavy Heart was the result of this battle, it was the price to pay to keep going. It’s a cathartic album, in the true sense of the term. All his own original work, from start to finish, the creation of this album was no easy feat.