Exclusive Interview: Telling Secrets Launches Second Single, “Casting Stones”

Telling Secrets represents a euphoric liberation from the deep depression of lockdown across the globe. In 2020, the sole architect of the group, Vik Kovacs, recorded material around which the band; Augustus William Clark, Matteo Tontodonati and Lewis Wheeler – was formed. 

Hailing from District VII. in Budapest, Kovacs tells stories of blinding passion and temptation leading to corruption. His music is a reflection of his difficult and complicated upbringing. After graduating from the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, UK, Kovacs teamed with SLAVES vocalist, Matt McAndrew, who guided him to kick start the project with fellow band member, Zack Baker, performing on and mixing the track ‘SECRET LIES’. Kovacs wanted to inspire a community of people disoriented by modernity.

We chatted with Vik about the new single, and how it ties in with his debut, “Secret Lies.” Check out what we talked about below!

Stream the new single, “Casting Stones,” available on all streaming platforms, and stay tuned for more updates on Telling Secrets!

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    […] Hailing from District VII. in Budapest and now based in Los Angeles, Kovacs tells stories of blinding passion and temptation which ultimately lead to corruption. His music reflects his difficult and complicated upbringing as well as owning up to his mistakes and failures. After graduating from the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, UK, Kovacs teamed with Rain City Drive vocalist, Matt McAndrew, who guided him to kick start the project with fellow band member, Zack Baker, performing on and mixing the tracks ‘Secret Lies‘ and ‘Casting Stones’.  […]

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