Lua Descolorida (7")
No of Discs:
Slip Sleeve (CD or Vinyl)
Numbered limited edition of 500 copies. Includes digital download. New collaboration between Lia Pamina's delicious voice and the elegance and inspiration of Charlie Mysterio and Roger Arias (Os Peregrinos) giving us this small, exquisite gem. This single is inspired by the work of the Galician poet and novelist Rosal?a de Castro, where once again folk sounds, Brazilian music, and infinitely exquisite arrangements come together. The singer from Castellan lifts the Galician writer's words to the heavens, and the result is a dream for even the most hard-hearted music lovers. "Follas Novas" is so simple it's disarming. Delicate arpeggios, dream-like harmonies, a pristine chorus that perfectly crowns the whole song's meaning. "?Por Qu??" lets itself be seduced by Brazilian rhythms, and clearly the Galician language's proximity to Portuguese works like magic "L?a Descolorida" goes back to getting drunk on bossa nova, raising its voice to a moon full of saudade, and also has the stellar collaboration of none other than Ken Stringfellow (The Posies, REM). The single wraps things up with "Paz Desexada" - another marvelous exercise in bossa.
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