Rock artists Flemt from Italy release new single and video for “Dream Girl”

Founding members, Alessandro “Frank” Lapini and Michele Trillini, having previously performed together in “Ixion’s Wheel”, came back together in 2011, to form a new band FLEMT.

This reunion proved to be timely because, after months of hard work, the opportunity was presented to FLEMT to compete for the chance to open for Bon Jovi in concert. FLEMT won the contest and opened for Bon Jovi at the “Udine Stadium” before a crowd of 40,000 fans.

The tracks from the demo tapes that were sent to the contest, were met with such tremendous response, FLEMT took those 13 original songs and used them for their debut album “The Time Has Come”.

Patrik Pambianco was a successful solo artist, with a large fan base, before becoming lead singer for FLEMT in 2017. In October 4, 2017, Patrik competed on the Italian talent show “Tu Si Que Vales”. His performance on Canale 5 Italian Television Network was seen by 500,000 people.

Archelao Macrilló, drummer for FLEMT, attended the University of Boston. Archelao’s resumé includes performing with Marco Mendoza (Whitesnake) Ignite Violet, Julien Funk & Thomas Mester & Ramzi Khoury.

The last three years have been very busy for FLEMT. They have completed two international tours, their original CD sold thousands of copies and FLEMT’s music can be found daily on radio stations worldwide.

FLEMT has toured internationally for the last couple of years. They are working on their current tour schedule now.

FLEMT released their new single & video Dream Girl under their label White Lion Audio. Their distribution is with Sony Orchard.

FLEMT has been under the management of Gina Whitt & Southern Girl Promotions since August 2016.

The meaning of “FLEMT”? There has been much speculation into this mystery, but one thing is for sure:

FLEMT is:

Patrik Pambianco: lead vocals

Michele Trillini – guitar + backup vocals

Alessandro Lapini – bass

Archelao Marcrilló - drums

 

http://https://youtu.be/2y4-UuXIpvs

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