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Hey Viven! 03:22
Hey Viven, can you hear my voice? Hey Viven, can you see my choice is here. Oh, my love standing over...
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Fall in love with the only one you know... Can't you see the way, We're learning how to hate, Falling off the page... I'll never be... A product of the game, Find it in my name, We comin' from the same sweet energy, Can't you act your age, Don't piss your life away, Oh, it's such a shame what you could have been... But can't you see the way, They teach us how to hate, Give us all a break... and keep trying.
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Hey Viven, can you hear my voice? Hey Viven, can you see my choice is here...

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Developed from the endless search to paint a sonic picture of sincerity, Warren Thomas Fenzi concocts “Viven” from a different realm. While building on themes from his 2017 debut album, “WTF”, this 3-part composition forms in a myriad of instrumentation, painting a portrait of beauty, pain, honesty and growth that reaches for the far corners of the human experience.

The word “Viven” in Spanish translates to “they live”. Throughout, Fenzi refers to “Viven”,literally, as a womanly character, as well as figuratively; representing the choice we all have to make, every single day…to live our lives in the best way we can.

Doused in mantric lyrics, the heavy-hitting mountain tops of “Hey Viven!”, heart-felt valleys and thunderous storms of “Teach Me How To Hate” and caressing breeze of “Viven (Reprise)”, flow in colorful, cinematic scenes, taking the listener on a journey of introspection.

If Warren could describe the foundation and symbolism behind his forth-coming EP, it would be that maybe some of the worst moments of our lives have helped shape us into the best versions of ourselves today.

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released January 4, 2019

Warren Thomas Fenzi: Lead Vocals, Guitar, Drums, Keys, Synths, Samples, Mixing and Engineer

Karl Remus: Bass, Back-up Vocals

Ross Hoyt: String Arrangements

Charlie Bruber: Bass

Bailey Cogan: Back-Up Vocals

Daniel Chavez: Trumpet and Trombone

Christian Wheeler: Mixing and Engineer

Bruce Templeton: Mastering Engineer

Album Artwork by David Rathman

Layout by Karl Remus

*Recorded at Warren’s home in NE Minneapolis*

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Warren Thomas Fenzi Tucson, Arizona

“Settle in the space between, It’s where the flowers like to grow.”

Exploring the complexity of life choices, Warren Thomas Fenzi challenges any clear line between generalities, inner truth and self doubt. Suspended, he peers into a looking glass, exploring the possibility that what we believe to be legitimate and authentic, may not be so. ... more

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