Pasquale D’Alessio: Vocals, Keyboard, Guitar
Mitch Findlay: Guitar
Tom Fellows: Bass
Costa Kalafatidis: Drums
For Montreal based band Videoman, the line between song and story is often blurred. By using their backgrounds in opera, literature, and creative writing, the four piece band strives for music that resonates on a personal level. Pasquale D’Alessio, an opera singer currently employed by Opera Montreal, employs haunting melodies reminiscent of Radiohead and The National.
After touring their debut album Colourblind with performances at Pop Montreal, Canadian Music Week, and The Horseshoe Tavern, the band caught the attention of artist and producer Patrick Krief. Videoman began work on what was set to be their definitive album, spending meticulous hours in studio, bouncing from Montreal’s iconic Mixart to Krief’s intimate home studio. The end result was Salt and Wine, an album that is at once nostalgic, wistful, and tragic.