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ROME has been the creative vehicle for Luxembourgish singer/songwriter Jerome Reuter for over 15 years now.

His prolific output has seen him traverse several musical plains, building what is by now a genuinely unique, distinctive, and recognisable personality.

From the more martial industrial beginnings, the sound of Rome has flourished adventurously, touching upon folk, dark ambient, cold wave and even chanson – Jerome has revealed great admiration for such giants as Jacques Brel, Townes Van Zandt or Léo Ferré –, not to mention the myriad of different literary references that have acted as decisive inspiration as well, tracing an artistic path that is constantly braving new territories, permanently in exploration mode.