Pop Rock Super Group Debuts ‘Nothing To Do’ Video

Courtesy: Head First Entertainment

Pop rock super group Donna Cannone premiered the video for its new single this week.

The band — Bjorn ‘Speed’ Strid (Soilwork. The Night Flight Orchestra), Giorgia Cateri (ex-Thunder Mother), Luca D’Andria, and Tilda Nilke Nordlund — premiered the video for its new single, ‘Nothing To Do’ Friday through rockeyez.com. The song is the band’s second single on the heels of its predecessor, ‘Cross The Line.’

The video is a simple presentation. It features the band performing its new single on a rooftop as people celebrate around the quartet. Meanwhile a young woman is making her way to the celebration, ultimately making her way to the event. The whole thing ends with the camera pulling back, showing a city skyline along with the building as the sun sets behind it all.

The musical arrangement featured in the song is a surprisingly engaging and enjoyable composition. It incorporates some clear 80s pop rock influences with a touch of early to mid 90s pop rock influence, too. The whole creates a sound that audiences will find surprisingly enjoyable.

According to information provided about the song, its lyrical theme is a commentary about the negative impact of social media.

The band is quoted in a statement as saying about the song’s lyrical theme that it is about the “division, isolation and negativity created by the frenetic usage of social media. An inspiration to look at the real world and to explore friendship that might be right there, next to you.”

More information on Donna Cannone’s new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at https://www.facebook.com/donnacannoneofficial.

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