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X-Plicit - "The Party Is Hot"


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A couple of months after introducing the new singer Paolo “INJO” Ingianni with a revamped version of “Hell Is Open“, a track taken from their debut album “Like A Snake” (Sneakout Records/Burning Minds Music Group, 2019), Italian hard rockers X-Plicit return with the new single “The Party Is Hot”.
 
Guitarist Andrea Lanza says: “This song wants to channel our growing desire to have fun with friends and play rock ‘n’ roll on a stage, as we did in a lot of crazy nights before the pandemic and these tough times we’re all living, and also the video fully represents what the song is about: after all, life is a great party, it should as well be hot!”.
 
 
The single, available via Sneakout Records/Burning Minds Music Group on all digital platforms, was produced by Carlo Meroni at ADSR Decibel Studio in Busto Arsizio (Varese, Italy); the video was shot by Vik & Piz.
 
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Buy digital / Stream “The Party Is Hot” now: http://www.burningmindsgroup.com/sneakout/buy/158
 
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Line-up:
Paolo “INJO” Ingianni: Lead Vocals
Andrea Lanza: Guitars
Sa Talarico: Bass
Giorgio Annoni: Drums
 
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