Non Talkers’ Powerful ‘You Don’t Remember Anymore’

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Non Talkers is the professional name of married musical duo Evita and Marco Brantner. The Portuguese couple first appeared on these pages back in August of last year upon the release of their music video “Fire Burning in My Veins.” That track introduced us to a group with a rich acoustic and electric mix of well crafted Indie-Pop songs. Their sound at times leans into the Alt-Folk and Americana world, but the Brantner’s keen Pop instincts always shine through.

“You Don’t Remember Anymore” is the latest single from Non Talkers, released worldwide to all major streaming services on September 21, 2021. The song is a beautiful and heartbreaking piano ballad which takes a close and personal look at the impact a diagnosis of dementia can have on a family. An ensemble of drums, bass, guitar and strings provides additional accompaniment as Evita sings a deeply personal message to a loved one. After her grandmother developed dementia in 2017, the singer watched the disease slowly steal her loved one away. “You Don’t Remember Anymore” is the classically trained vocalist’s soulful letter in response. 

It is one of my personal favorites of ours as I can’t listen to it without having goosebumps.

Marco Brantner

Watch the powerfully emotional “You Don’t Remember Anymore” video below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Songwriters playlist or listen on your favorite streaming service. Follow the links below to connect with Non Talkers. Get in the loop on all of the current and future projects from this talented songwriting couple.

Paulo Baixinho – Recording, mixing and mastering
Evita Brantner – Lead vocals
Marco Brantner – Guitars, backing vocals
Filipe Alturas – Piano
João Rangel – Bass
Ricardo Pereira – Drums
Melanie Curto – Violin
Mariana Antunes – Cello
Production and songwriting by Marco and Evita Brantner

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