Austin, Texas is the hometown of multi-talented musician, songwriter, and composer Vince Spano, who specialises in singing, songwriting, and composing.
He is just 20 years old, but he is ready to make a name for himself thanks to the forthcoming summer concerts he will be giving. The most recent musical composition by the artist is named “Flatline,” and it is the perfect accompaniment to the lively open-air performances that take place during the warm summer evenings.
In the last year of his secondary school, Vince co-founded the musical group that would later be known as “Creekwood” with two of his classmates, Daniel Aldrete and Abraham Ramirez, both of whom were responsible for playing the drums and bass, respectively.
A wide variety of musical influences, including well-known bands such as The Strokes, Foo Fighters, Highly Suspect, Tiger Cub, and Catfish and the Bottlemen, have impacted his growing creative style.
Even though he has only just begun his career as a professional musician, Vince has already shown a remarkable level of attention and meticulousness in developing his one-of-a-kind creative style.
Because of the systematic approach that was used when composing the song, “Flatline” is not just a stand-alone track; rather, it is in the position of being a trigger for an exciting adventure because of the approach that was taken while writing the song.
The album “Prescribed,” featuring the song “Flatline,” can be traced back to Vince’s second year of secondary school, when he developed the idea and gave it its first impetus. The composition as mentioned above goes beyond the limitations of a simple song and acts as a portal into the vast musical cosmos that Vince has created. It offers a look into the colourful world that he has painstakingly crafted during his creative journey.
To get “Flatline” off the ground, Vince with great care and attention to detail converted his old house into a fully functional recording studio. Because the whole album, including this specific piece, was recorded at Creative Cave Studio in Brownsville, Texas, it helps contribute to the overall authenticity of the album. This particular composition was also recorded there.
The release of the song “Flatline” heralded the beginning of a new period in popular music, which was distinguished by the infusion of aspects of cinematic narrative.
Vince Spano is building a unique presence within the world of rock music as a result of his unwavering commitment to his creative quest and his effective ability to communicate storylines through the musical compositions he creates.
The audience is not just asked to demonstrate their adoration for the song “Flatline,” but rather they are tempted to go on a sound trip that promises an aural experience that is both compelling and delightful.
This is not the only request that is made of the audience. If you want to experience the exciting tale of Vince Spano’s captivating trip, the only way to do so is to immerse yourself in the aural masterpiece “Flatline” and play it at the highest level possible.
Could you tell us about the creative process behind “Flatline”?
Flatline was a cool creative process because it was the fastest I have ever written a song. Usually at 2 or 3 am in my bedroom, I mess around for a few hours and write a song or 2 but this time all it took was me to just plug in my electric guitar and within 5 minutes I pretty much had the song done.
What inspired you to create “Flatline”?
Flatline was just such a burst of energy. I’m not sure what inspired it, it just sort of happened. Came to me some random morning and it was the easiest writing session I ever had, and I think because of that, it’s always gonna have a special connection with me.
How do you envision “Flatline” resonating with your audience, and what impact do you hope it will have on listeners as this has the potential to become a fan-favourite?
I hope fans just enjoy the rawness of it and the overall energy. It’s a song that’s meant to give you a good time. I think overall l, what I wanted from this song was to give the fans that came to the live shows a fun time.
Are there any specific genres or musical influences that have played a significant role in shaping your sound and style as an artist?
I have so many. Everything from Guns N’ Roses to the Foo Fighters, to The Strokes, and Catfish and the Bottle men for sure.
How do your distinctive sound and style reflect your musical journey and creative growth?
I think my music changes sonically as often as I change as a person. I’m not the same kid I was when I first put out my first demo tapes in 2020 and I’m not the same guy I was last year with the Prescribed Project.
I think the music I make is always gonna reflect the life I’m living at that specific moment and the headspace I’m in. I think it’s important to see “Oh what was my headspace in August 2020, or November 2022, or even today” I’m excited to look back 10 years from now and see these memories encapsulated in these projects.
How do you approach developing your visual aesthetic and creating a cohesive brand that aligns with your musical identity?
I think visually I like to make things look very different. I want people to feel like every time something new comes out, we’re entering into a whole different world. It depends on what I’m putting out at that time, but I want the audience to enter this new cinematic experience every time I put out a new project.
Technology has transformed music consumption and sharing. How do you adapt and use digital channels to reach global audiences?
I’m maybe a little slower to grasp technological advancements than others but I try to incorporate what I grew up loving in the past and try to reconstruct it in a modern way.
Can you give us a glimpse into what the future holds for your music?
The future is coming very fast and a lot is going on! As of right now, I’m still focusing on recording a lot of brand-new music, but also setting up a ton of shows for the rest of the year. So expect me out on the road a lot and expect a ton of new music coming soon!
Do you have any advice for aspiring songwriters?
Keep writing. All the time. Whenever you can, every day paint a picture in your head and tell a story. It doesn’t have to be a good one, just tell one, and little by little, things will start to fall into place. Keep pushing and doing what you love. Much love to everyone!