Ezio's ninth studio album, 'Daylight Moon', recorded on an industrial estate in Cambridge, is the duo's most personal album to date. The visceral honesty of frontman Ezio Lunedei's lyrics is exemplified in tracks like 'Indian', an ode to the feeling of being overwhelmed by forces beyond one' s control, and 'Dirty Little Secret', a Nick Drake-esque song in which he reveals emotions about an unnamed muse. In their 30-year career, the band have made a habit of dabbling in any style of music that tickles their fancy. Daylight Moon is no different. From the crunching blues-rock guitars of "Crushed" to the jazz rhythms of "The Gypsy Song", there's quite a bit of genre-hopping here. What always sets Ezio apart is the incomparable connection between frontman Lunedei and guitarist Booga. The frontman's rich tenor and complex acoustic guitar work are complemented by Booga's steady lead guitar. One could try to measure him against other great guitarists, but that would be a waste of time - Booga has a unique style that is reaffirmed every time.
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