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From the recording Greenwich

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A multi-generational collaboration between The Vone's lead singer, Marcelo Cervone, his great-grandfather Z矇 Carlos Medeiros & Marcelo's partner, Aisling Groves-McKeown.

Z矇 came over from Brazil in October 2019 to stay in London for a month, celebrate his 80th birthday with the family and play an opening set for The Vone at The Water Rats in Kings Cross. What began as a holiday, became a cross-continental collaboration.

They managed to sneak in a cheeky little recording session before he left.

We hope you enjoy it!

Duet Vocals - Marcelo Cervone & Aisling Groves-Mckeown
Lead Guitar - Z矇 Carlos Medeiros
Rhythm Guitar - Marcelo Cervone

Greenwich composed by Z矇 Carlos Medeiros, Marcelo Cervone & Aisling Groves-McKeown.

Artwork by Victoria Di Gioia (Instagram: @victoriadigioia).

Recorded at The Bookhouse Studio.
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Tom Hill.

Lyrics

When I felt you give yourself to me,
escaping fear and giving into gravity,
dancing with the words,
you felt like a song
to me.

When I felt you love and hold me tight,
you became a fact I knew was right,
a lesson I have learnt,
one I had no clue
I had to learn.

When I was lost at sea,
I saw myself reflect
in the clear oceans night,
and the Earth
was pointing at me.
When I wrote,
even though
no one knows,
it kept me afloat.

Balancing our force and rays of light,
atoms under pressure, birthing, burning bright
but, when I looked down
we were rooted sound
on Earth.

When I was lost at sea,
I saw myself reflect
in the clear oceans night,
and the Earth
was pointing at me.
When I wrote,
even though
no one knows,
it kept me afloat.

A foot on either side will let us see
sunrise isnt just a distant memory
and so when it sets
we cant turn our back;
dawn is in our dusk.

When I was lost at sea,
I saw myself reflect
in the clear oceans night,
and the Earth
was pointing at me.
When I wrote,
even though
no one knows,
it kept me afloat.

When did I know
you loved me so?
When did I know?