SHIrley said


"...Giulia Scarantino's voice is a dead ringer for Bjork as she artfully seethes her lyrics over dark and cinematic accompaniment". NME

"Imagine what it would have been like if John Lennon had met Björk around about the time he was going through his psychedelic stage of songwriting, they’d probably be making music that sounds a little like ShirleySaid."

"Italian duo Shirley Said combine pure, euphoric electronica with killer sophistication to create their brilliant and undeniably unique sound." GigSlutz

"A crossover from 70's West Coast Psych to current day Electro widescreen tunes."

"...A daring fusion of everything from electro pop to alt rock and ambient music…"

"The faraway wistful sounds of Shirley Said are magic to the ear and take the listener on a journey of tranquility."

About Shirley
Said Shirley Said’s sophisticated, experimental take on alt.digitalism was born in the town of Latina, near Rome, and inspired by artists ranging from Bjork to Portishead, Talk Talk to Sonic Youth, as well as auteurs like David Lynch and Ingmar Bergman. Originally a four-piece, the band performed at a series of prestigious national festivals and live video-based events, which emphasised their dedication to the visual as well as the aural. Subsequently relocating to London, Shirley Said resized to a two-piece, comprising Giulia Scarantino (lead vocal, synth, piano, fx) and Simone Bozzato (backing vocal, guitars, programming, efx). Their sensual, minimalist techno has soundtracked French docu-dramas, Italian TV series and an exclusive fashion film for Vogue. Now entrancing audiences in the English capital and beyond, Shirley Said's original, abstract electronica has been mentioned in the same breath as the likes of Lamb, The xx, The Knife and Polica.

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