Anthony Presti | Existentialism

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by Anthony Presti

Stretching the boundaries of a singer-songwriter, this album provides a perfect fusion of folk, pop, alt-rock and indie-rock with beautiful melodies and honest lyrics.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Next of Kin
3:46 $1.50
2. Living Scared
4:05 $1.50
3. Dreamland
4:03 $1.50
4. Sweat It Out
4:27 $1.50
5. One Step Closer
5:17 $1.50
6. Feather Dress
4:21 $1.50
7. Reach for the Stars
3:44 $1.50
8. Family Tree
3:45 $1.50
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Album Notes
Indie alt-rock singer/songwriter Anthony Presti grew up in Seattle during the 1990’s where an explosive alternative and grunge rock scene was thriving. He moved continuously between suburbs, dealing with his parents divorce, and even withstanding two years of Catholic school. In his teenage years, he moved to the more rural setting of Sonoma County. Presti didn’t abandon his grunge roots as he joined a band, playing Nirvana covers until they started writing original material. After several tours and albums the band dissolved and Presti discovered his affinity for acoustic guitar.

His identity shifted as he buried himself in legends like Neil Young, Roy Orbison, the Beatles and the Band, and following suite of contemporary artists like Blind Pilot and The Avett Brothers. Eventually moving to San Francisco, a city full of diversity, Presti has emulated a sound indicative of the city he lives; a culmination of his past and present, and his travels, as he’s backpacked Europe and Asia, adventures that have greatly shaped his life.

Existentialism was recorded at Tiny Telephone Studios with engineer James Riotto (Sean Hayes, The Mountain Goats) accompanied by an impressive cast of musicians including Leah Van Dyke (Brothers of Siren), Shaun David (The Lost), Burt Lewis (Stu Allen) and Jason Slota (Thao and the Getdown Staydown).



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