Comfort was started in 2000 in Pisa, Italy by Alessandro Baris, Leonardo Chirulli and Fabio Elia. They released their first record Eclipse in 2006 on Psychotica Records. While recording the tracks for Sleep Talking Shared, they also collaborated with Pulseprogramming, Mauro Orselli, Roberto Bellatalla, Costa Music, Vonneumann and Caboto. Their influences range from a lot of different music, from jazz to classical to soundtracks. Radian, Fred Frith, Four Tet, The Cinematic Orchestra, Mr. Bungle, Ornette Coleman, Arnold Schoenberg, Robert Schumann, Ennio Morricone, Tortoise, and Naked City are bands and musicians they find inspirational, and are definitively roots you can recognize here and there on this release. They manage to give us music full of light, even though, at times, the electronics and percussion surprise with dark and mysterious meanderings. A modern soundtrack for a modern-day Fellini movie, filled with spaced-out post-rock, dark indie, and throbbing experimental leanings.