Pop Artist Carlo Capobianco is “Sleeping With The Enemy” with the Release of New Single

Fri Mar 04, 2022

Carlo Capobianco is “Sleeping With The Enemy” with the release of new synth-infused electro-pop track – check it out on YouTube here:

Hot on the heels of the sultry love affair that was recent single, “Pray To You,” the Canadian singer-songwriter continues to push the boundaries with his unapologetically sexy flair for dance tunes — this time an imploring request for release of a partner who is unequivocally wrong for him.

“‘Sleeping With The Enemy', if even more so than my last single ‘Pray To You’, is what I believe to be the epitome of my album,” says Capobianco. “Sonically, it is like a dark dream or a Tim Burton story. I wanted to make sure that the feeling of unknowingly, or knowingly, loving something so deeply — can be as euphoric as it can be blinding.”

Winnipeg's Carlo Capobianco Worships at the Altar of Love in Sultry “Pray To You”

Fri Nov 19, 2021

Canadian pop singer/songwriter Carlo Capobianco is down on his knees, worshiping at the altar of an amorous lust so intense, it’s inspired a new single in “Pray To You”.

“This song was a concept I had imagined several years ago,” the Winnipeg, Manitoba-based artist shares. “I was in the depths of a heartbreak, and the person I felt closest to almost felt as far away.

“I ended up having them spiral in my head forever, and I really did feel as if I had a sense of devotion to this person.”

That reverence ultimately spun the yarn that’s become a synth-infused, dance-floor bop, as well as set a solid foundation for Capobianco’s forthcoming album of the same name; the seven-song strong EP is centralized around themes of love lost, loneliness and unrequited love. For Capobianco, it is his life’s work linked together on a cohesive passion project.

“Lyrically, I wanted to make sure that all of my stories somehow connected together,” Capobianco says of the record. “I was sure to keep a consistent theme of production throughout the album — not allowing it to tip too closely to the 80s, or too closely to modernity.