Hands Of Time – L&L

Produced by Andrea Mescolini.
Written and performed by Hands Of Time
Shot by: Deborah Ragno
Edited by: L&G

Hands Of Time – “L&L”

Watch the official Music Video for Hands Of Time’s second single “L&L”, taken from the brand new album “TIME TO THINK (part I)”, available in every music store.

Release date: 12.01.14


Hands Of Time – Time To Think (Lyric Video)

Produced by Andrea Mescolini.
Written and performed by Hands Of Time
Shot by: Thomas McCarthy
Edited by: LaFresia –

Hands Of Time – “Time To Think” (Lyric Video)

Watch the official lyric video for Hands Of Time’s new single “Time To Think”, title track of the forthcoming new album.

Release date: 07.14.14


Hands Of Time – Life is a song (Studio Live)

The song is produced and arranged by Andrea Mescolini.
Written and performed by HOT.
This video is filmed by Lafresia Media Productions

A brand new song from Hands Of Time, written after the last U.K. Tour, that introduces the forthcoming album to be released June 2014.

It’s the first video from our “Studio Live” Set. More coming……

H.O.T. Live @ AUDIODROME – Turin, Italy

Opening + Can’t Get Far.
Turin, Italy

Thx to the fan who sent us this video!
And thanx to Audiodrome Live Club ….for real!

Great show! This is the opening song:
“Can’t get far”…more new stuff coming, people:)

HOT “The Mistral Blows” (censored)

The song “The Mistral Blows” has been written & recorded exclusively by HOT. HOT © 2011. Romus © 2011.
Produced and arranged by Andrea Mescolini. Recorded at the Bonsai Recording Studios, Orvieto (TR), 05018 – Italy, in october, 2011. Director: Giovanni Bufalini. Screenplay: Giovanni Bufalini – Marco Greganti adaptation from the original story and screenplay by Amanda Knox. Cinematography: Dario Germani. Edited by: Francesca Sofia Allegra. Executive production: Alessandro Pondi & Birkut. RED Cam. An Alessandro Pondi Production 2011. © All rights reserved.

The Videoclip

The videclip of the song has been shot on sunday 16th, october 2011, under the keen direction of Giovanni Bufalini, in Orvieto, inside the complex of buildings that used to be one of the biggest italian army barracks, the “Piave”. The sense of sickness and awkwardness that it feels visiting this place, the awful structural conditions, and the veil of darkness that embraces it, immediately led the work to a specifical direction, sad and melancholic, which the writer’s screenplay clearly refers to, creating the perfect feelings to anchor on the mood she described within the play.