Fingerstyle acoustic guitar, atmospheric textures and transparently honest storytelling is what you will experience from Milan André Boronell’s music. Living a nomadic lifestyle over the years between Toronto, London, Bratislava and Prague, Milan also produces artists in the UK, Czech Republic and Slovakia.
He unveils his latest LP five hundred days., brought to life in a home filled with incredible creative energy in which he spent that length of time writing the majority of the songs on the album. Cathartic and healing, this release marks the end of a relationship and the beginning of a new chapter. New track “space” was inspired by a friend’s poem about how naivety and isolation in an experience can lead to one feeling crazy and needing space.
the story of five hundred days. begins with the end of love as they knew it. a new home awaited him, one so colorful with the sound of nature’s melodies. drained by technology with a yearning for connection and a desperation to be seen, his inward journey begins with stages of grief and reflection. the subtle dance between holding on and letting go. relentlessly dissecting his past while distorting his present. aimlessly he wanders, hopeful, longing for what lies ahead. endless questions with the same answer: patience. attaching to anything that flashes just a glimpse of what he wants and needs. but gently he continues to guide himself toward the light he’s always known within himself.
five hundred days. is the title of my new album, out now on all platforms. start with “space,” accompanied by a music video.
“space” taught me how to embrace change and encouraged trying something a little different. i was inspired by a friend’s poem about naivety and feeling isolated in one’s experience, which can drive you crazy and make you need space.