|Birth name||Federica Victoria Caiozzo|
|Born||17 May 1982|
|Genres||Acoustic, Indie folk, Indie rock|
Thony (born 15 May 1982; Federica Victoria Caiozzo) is an Italian singer and actress.
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Thony was born in Sicily from Italian father and Polish mother. She moved to Rome in 2002 to study singing and music; After a few years of solo live performances, she started in 2009 a collaboration with the band Jobi 4, resulting in the publication of an EP and a LP.
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After these experiences she decided to focus on the solo album, With the Green in My Mouth, produced in 2010 with the Stefano Mariani (sound editor) and published on the web only in 2011. : Tutti i santi giorni, 2012). During the beginning of the filming, Virzì decided to offer her also the leading female role, together with Luca Marinelli. She is nominated in 2013 for David di Donatello for Best Actress (Italian: David di Donatello per la migliore attrice protagonista). She published in 2012 the album Birds with the collaborations of Leonardo Milani, Zsuzsanna Krazsnai e Andrea Ruggiero, and produced by herself. The song Flowers Blossom is awarded with the Ciak d'oro in June 2013 for best original song.Thanks to this record, the Italian movie director Paolo Virzì contacted her to work on the soundtrack of his movie upcoming film Every Blessed Day (Italian
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In 2016 she announced to be part of a new band called "Malihini" and signed with the London label Memphis Industries
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