Filippo Graziani is the son of the well-known singer-songwriter Ivan, who died in 1997 due to an illness. He began playing the guitar at nineteen with his brother Tommaso, a drummer. After years of apprenticeship with live nights and in clubs, in 2008 he formed the stoner-Rock Carnera group with the Ep First round, then opening the concerts of Zakk Wilde. He follows a period in which he moves to New York, where he plays in the Lower Side clubs; back in Italy he publishes Filippo sings Ivan Graziani, a live album that wants to pay homage to the musical production of his father Ivan. In 2013 he is among the selected in the "New proposals" section for the Sanremo Festival 2014 with the song "Le cose belle". At the same time the eponymous album comes out. Three years later, Sala Giochi arrives, which brings together acoustics and electronics and is stylistically inspired by the 80s synthpop.
Sala Giochi is the second album by Filippo Graziani. The premise is that this "Sala Giochi" record is excellent for the voice of
"Believe in me" is the single by Filippo Graziani (Farn Music), on radio and in digital stores from Friday 18 November, which anticipates the new album of unreleased artist Targa Tenco (received two years ago), whose publication is scheduled for early 2017. "It's a song about hope, the importance of human contact in a society increasingly turned towards self-centeredness. It talks about how essential it is to have someone who believes in us, supports our actions and push us to overcome our limits in everyday life".