Since his debut very young at the head of File, with whom he brought out the EP Credo nei miracoli and an album of the same name and recorded for an international recording studio, Zomba/Silvertone, Luca Milani has built a solid reputation alternating the acoustic music of Scars And Tattoos and Sin Train with more electric guitar work Lost For Rock N Roll, Fireworks for Lonely Hearts and Idols which came out under the pen name Hellm. For Warriors Grow Up And Die he opted for a balanced sound and a team of largely unrecorded musicians including Evasio Muraro on the bass and Fidel Fogaroli on the keyboard contributing to redefining the contours of Luca Milani’s new
songs, most of which focus on the idea of ‘growing up in public’
via rock’n’roll. It is a record which conjures up Luca Milan’s heroes and benchmarks, starting with an intense dedication to Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots) in Dear Scott, but which it then reiterated in its efforts to find an
ultra-personal approach to writing and interpreting songs. Warriors
Grow Up And Die is Luca Milani’s most mature and profound
album, as the specialists critics have unanimously acknowledged, naming it one of the most important new recordings of 2021. It is a direct line from Dirty Hearts – the first single and videoclip drawn from Warriors Grow Up And Die – to Those Silent Nights, a previously unpublished Christmas song in pure Luca Milani style.