Melodic, melancholic post-rock/slow-core sound, enriched with a very special use of screwdrivers-prepared guitars.

Lebenswelt is a one-man project by Giampaolo Loffredo, born in the summer of the year 2003, when his former band – ‘Joy of Grief’ – had already come to an end. Sounds and musical inspirations were pretty much far from the previous project: a real change of direction, towards the segments of the fields, of the trees and the pylons you could have seen through Hood vans' windows. Reverbered guitars, recursive and redundant minimal loops, lo-fi computer glitch-like sounds, ambient textures, sad-folk-chord-progressions submerged in liquid, philosophical excerpts and – above all – a very special use of screwdrivers-prepared guitars forge Lebenswelt’s melodic, melancholic slow-core/post-rock sound, in an absolutely unique way.

2003 - Staring at life in the rain
2004 - Out is the cow
2006 - Corners of a drowning faith - includes "factory reject", featuring Andrew Richards (Angle, Uniform Motion)
2016 - Shallow nothingness in molten skies (Under My Bed Recordings-UMB#49)