PARASONA – “SCARS YOU LEFT BEHIND”
October 12, 2018
Parasona have released their energetic pop rock single “Scars You Left Behind” which was co-written and produced by Steve Molella of the band Finger Eleven. Available everywhere now! “We wanted a song that talked about the addiction of not being able to let go of someone. Being taken advantage of because of being complacent and letting any love you had left to give slowly drain away. It’s a song that on the surface you can listen and have a good time to but also has a deeper meaning of toxic relationships.” Scars You Left Behind was co-written by Adam Lancia and Steve Molella, produced and recorded in Steve’s home studio. The music video was created by Cassandra Rudolph (Coalition Music).
PARASONA: the combination of latin words “Parabellum” (prepare for war) and “Potensona” (powerful music). A passionate pop rock band from Toronto, Canada. Parasona works to share their creativity with the world that will provoke you to feel again. The band consists of Adam Lancia (Vocals, Guitar) and Joshua Golias (Drums).
Accepted to The Artist Entrepreneur program, Canadian music/ management label Coalition Music helped progress the band immensely. Thats where they performed in front of renowned producer Arnold Lanni. Arnold took a keen liking to Adam’s voice and the pair started working right away on their debut single “Fall Down”. Parasona travelled down to California where the single was recorded. Working together with Arnold Lanni, Parasona’s song writing and overall vision evolved to then create their debut self released album “Bad Seed”. That then caught the attention of Toronto producer Steve Molella. Member of the band Finger Eleven, Steve and the Parasona got to work on their new pop rock single “Scars You Left Behind”. They will be heading back into the studio this year to complete a new EP.
“A great song has to resonate and connect with a listener and make the listener feel ‘something’. The listener has to be ‘affected’ in some way and that is what Parasona strives for.”