From the cobbled streets of Brussels, Ada Oda emerges with a bold cry: “Niente Da Offrire.” But this call, dripping with irony, couldn’t be further from the truth. Because their debut album, “Un Amore Debole,” has a lot to offer: it’s a masterful display of condensed and effective pop punk, drawing comparisons to acclaimed bands like Wet Leg and Dry Cleaning. Birthed in the warmth of the 2020 lockdown, the band is an amalgamation of two worlds: the pop rock prowess of the talented César Laloux and the fresh Italian lyricism of Victoria Barracato, daughter of the renowned Frédéric François.

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