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KLEE PROJECT  is an “all-stars band” that was created from an idea of Roberto Sterpetti (a known Italian vocalist) singer, and Enrico "Erk" Scutti (ex Cheope, ex Figure of Six) backing vocals and lyrics.

Other names include: Marco Sfogli (Pfm, James La Brie) guest featuring on guitars, Lorenzo Poli (Vasco Rossi, Nek) on bass and Antonio Aronne (Figure Of Six, Iconist, ex Pavic) on Drums. All accompanied by a symphonic orchestra conducted by M° Francesco Santucci, with the collaboration of Tina Guo on the cello. All recorded at the Memphis Recording studio in Rome by Gabriele Ravaglia (Fear Studio) mixed by Francesco Altare and mastered by Riccardo Parenti (Elephant Mastering).


“The Long Way”, first album of the band is a collection of songs entirely produced and written by Roberto and Erk. The tracks are a combination of southern rock and contemporary alternative metal, moving from 80's electro pop to symphonic music, always maintaining a strong live vibe and a mixture of energy and melody that transports you from the first to the final note. It’s the variety of the compositions that creates the perfect background on which the lyrical concept of “The Long Way” was created.


It’s the story of the present, past and future of a young musician that sets off from Memphis with his guitar and takes a journey down the old Route 66 in the direction of LA, hoping to find fortune with his music. It narrates the desire to realise his dreams, a story of friendship, revenge, compromises and success. Success that once pushed him to lose himself to only start again with same passion as the first time. Surrounding all this, there is a love story of passion, desire, separation and togetherness. The two reunite in a new life which completes the journey of the protagonist.


The album encloses a mixture of emotions that each individual has experienced once in lifetime. In this symmetry between music and emotions,we can be transported on the journey of the Klee Project.