TUNE Stefano Cece - Glory Days
Glory Days is the hymn of a neglected generation that now is raising its voice against fate and generational bullying.
The sound of this new song has its roots well planted in U2's early works and its branches looking to the modern rock sound of acts like Sam Fender and Imagine Dragons.
The new single (Like the others) bears only Stefano Cece's name for the songwriting part with help on production from his longtime friend Shonka (Oleksandr Ilakiev).
The song is a protest made by a millennial against a generation of parents that continuously are saying to their sons and daughters that they're not as good as them at the same age with sentences like: "When are you getting a real job? Back in my time..., At your age I already had a family" and more.