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Peyman Salimi is an Italian-Iranian singer-songwriter, guitarist, and music producer. He grew up in Iran, until moving to Florence, Italy in 2004 to study classical guitar. He is best known as the founder and lead vocalist of the pop-rock band, The Allophones

As a singer-songwriter, he recorded his first solo album in 2008, titled “The Curtain.” Following this, he founded The Allophones in 2010 where he led the band for 9 years before producing his second solo album, “Won Now,” released in 2019. Peyman is described as a mature artist, coming from a high level of musical background. Creating music that connects the relationship of his Persian origins to his English-style songwriting while encompassing folk influences, tinted with small electronic brushstrokes.


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