"If staring up at the ceiling contemplating life could ever have a soundtrack, Diego Davidenko would be the one playing it."
- Monterey County Weekly
"It Isn't Home is an album yearning to belong...Davidenko's lyrics are the dry insights of the disconnected observer."
- Songwriting Magazine
Raw, honest and thought-provoking, Diego Davidenko’s earnest and heartfelt songs weave through the gamut of human emotions and experiences: nostalgia, love, loneliness, attraction, remorse, frustration, and a yearning for meaning and human connection. With catchy and unexpected melodies, they invite audiences into the palpably intimate heart of an artist who writes and sings to make sense of and find his place in the world.
Born in Argentina, indie-folk singer-songwriter Diego Davidenko moved New York at age nine. The transition to America, along with his subsequent moves around the country—from New York to Iowa to Texas to California— helped form the unique insight that he fashions into highly personal songs, aesthetically influenced by artists such as Bright Eyes, Elliott Smith and Belle and Sebastian, but with distinctive melodic and lyrical twists all his own.
Diego Davidenko released his debut album, It Isn't Home, in the summer of 2015 to great reviews from Songwriting Magazine, Power Popoholic, and more! After touring the album across the Unites States as well as in Mexico and Argentina, he is now set to release his next album in March 2017. Barer and more intimate, this second release will kick off a 50-show tour around the entire U.S.
Davidenko's debut album It Isn't Home is available on iTunes, Amazon, and CDBaby.