Symphonic Elements And A Typhoon of Emotions, What More Could We Ask From Kitt Wakeley’s “Conflicted”

Kitt Wakeley’s upcoming album, Symphony of Sinners and Saints, will include a plethora of musical elements. EDM, orchestral music, heavy guitar, and thundering drums are a few of the album’s elements. Conducted by London’s Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and recorded at London’s famous Abbey Road Studio, “Conflicted” is a superb composition by the composer, portraying the inner struggle human beings experience. 

Featuring the well-known instrumental rock guitarist Joe Satriani, Kitt Wakeley leaves nothing for the imagination. The duo has already proven that they are quite capable of releasing music that resonates with audiences worldwide. “Conflicted” is an excellent example of their hard work and just the beginning of their collaboration. 

Joe Satriani showed his interest in collaborating with Kitt and stated, “epic musical gems full of powerful emotions and sonic surprises. Playing guitar on Kit’s new album has been a fun, exhilarating experience, and a musical challenge too. Kitt’s huge, cinematic sound makes each one of his songs a powerful sonic journey.” Massive praise from Satriani, a duo that has much to offer. Kitt added, “He asked if it would be okay to take some creative liberties. And who am I to say no to Satriani? … What he came up with was pure Satriani magic.” 

“Conflicted” is a song about human beings’ conflicting nature. A powerful display of various instruments merged impeccably. Kitt Wakeley leaves no stone unturned with this display of mastership, a compelling song that gives rise to emotions that make you want to get out of bed and get stuff done! 

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