Pashmak in Persian means “like wool”. It is the name of an Iranian candy, similar in texture to a fabric or a hair lock. Its making is long and complex, but in an instant it melts in the mouth releasing a sweet taste.
Their sound is powerful and ever-changing, freely but confidently shifting through electronica, art-rock, indie and folk, studded by wide and diverse influences, exactly like the origins of the band members: one of Iranian descent (lead singer Damon Arabsolgar), one of U.S. descent (Giuliano Pascoe), and two Southern Italians hailing from Sicily (Martin Nicastro) and Lucania (Antonio Polidoro).
They are touring France, UK, Holland, Germany, Poland Italy and Czech Republic to present their new work, INDIGO.