‘What You’re Doing To Me’ is the new solo single from Cristian Campano, frontman of Sydney garage rock outfit Food Court.
With elements of emotive ’60s balladry, a soaring string arrangement and hypnotic Flamenco guitar, the track is a cathartic outpouring from the Sydney-based artist. After winning the Seed Fund songwriting competition ‘It’s All About The Song’, Cristian headed to Alberts Studios in Sydney where he teamed up with acclaimed producer Tony Buchen (The Preatures, Andy Bull, Montaigne, Bluejuice, The Church).
The song is a family affair, featuring Cristian’s Granada-born father Jorge Campano (an acclaimed Spanish classical/Flamenco guitarist) and his brother Adam Campano (Pretend Eye) on bass. Food Court’s Nic Puertolas played drums, while Buchen drafted in a local string quartet to bring his arrangements to life.
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'What You're Doing To Me' written by Cristian Campano
Recorded and Produced by Tony Buchen
Mastered by Leon Zervos
Vocals and Rhythm Guitar - Cristian Campano
Spanish Guitar - Jorge Campano
Bass Guitar - Adam Campano
Drums and Percussion - Nic Puertolas
String Arrangement written by Tony Buchen
Violin 1 - Hana King
Violin 2 - Mishi Stern
Viola - Ben Haire
Cello - Conrad Hamill
Recorded at Alberts Studio courtesy of The Seed Fund.