When The Jam, The Who, motown sound and scooter became their common purpose, on September 2004, Rifanny Rahmadi (Fanny) on vocals, Adhitya Murti (Adit) on rhytmic guitar, Trisno Agung (Agung) on lead guitar, Sustyawan Teguh (Teguh) on bass and Imam Agnianto (Imam) on drums came together and formed a foundation of INNOCENTI at its birth as a pioneer mods band in Indonesia. After four years came the first album, The Journey of Mr. Who?, a ten-song composition of social phenomena, family, friendship, working class and the modern way of thinking that marks the turnover of a scene into something smarter. Our first single was then released, the anthemic We Are The Mods, brought with a spirit of ‘70s revival and a touch of soul and garage, followed by our second single, The Sky So Bright, a sweet tune meant to be enjoyed under a sunset with a loved one.
The soulful The Journey of Mr. Who? became our third single, a story of the dark side of someone. After the first album, through times of hardship and tough lessons, our formation went through a change, in early 2009 our bassist, Sustyawan Teguh, left, followed by vocalist Fanny towards the end of the year. The change put a temporary halt to our journey, but nevertheless we moved on.
Dizan Rilitanto (Dizan) on vocals and M. Brama Dwi Saputra (Brama) on bass replaced our two former members and brought our music to a more colorful level, while the addition of two new members, Daniel Sukoco (Daniel) on baritone saxophone and Timmy Turner (Timmy) on trombones, set our music into something festive, grande and versatile. By mid-2010, we are working on some new materials for our second album, planned for release early 2011. With a new concept, we are working to make the production of this album a live event.
In August 2010, Life is Beautiful, a song of balance in life, was featured in a compilation called Life is Beautiful under Maximum Soul recording label. Thus with this new spirit, formation and material we mark the beginning of our true revival. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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