The band Yumma-re comes to the light in the spring of 1996. Live gigs, thanks to an incredible impact of sound and visionary rhythm, lead the audience into an ecstatic flight of magnetic force. The band gains the favour of specialized reviewers, partakes in the most important music festivals nationwide such as “Arezzo Wave ’97”, “No Playback ’98” and the finals of the “Festival di Recanati ’98”. The band plays in the most important music halls in the country such as: “Auditorium Flog”, “Supermarket”, the “Indhastria”, “Agricantus”, the “Fefe’s Cantina”, etc. In the years that go from 1998 to 2002, the band plays over 250 gigs, supporting more famous bands and take part in numerous festivals. 1998 coincides with their first record release, “Radio Tirana”, a mini-cd. The work is reviewed positively and this takes the band into the most important Italian radio-stations. After the release of “Radio Tirana” the band undergoes a few changes. At a certain point in time the band decides to dedicate some of its time to a number of soundtracks, the most important of which is the short film: “Nero lavoro”. Time is also dedicated to a number of art exhibitions. In the year 2004 the band “enters” the recording studio -Monochrome- to start work on their new record. After four years of experimentation and hard work, “EDEN” sees the light under My Kingdom Music in January 2009.


Luigi Nobile: vox,keyboards, programming
Umberto Nobile: guitar, trumpet
Mario Buoninfante: keyboards, back vocals
Francesco FraDubb Nobile: bass, guitar
Bibi: sound engineer