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Bruno Pato’s new single is now available

This Friday, Bruno Pato, presents “Who told you?” the fourth single from the next album. The single room has the acoustic sound in Portuguese, characteristic of Bruno Pato, addressing the romantic theme. “Who told you?” has the power to pack the most sentimental side of the listener, but without falling into monotony.

From the album to come, the musician says that it will be a mixture of what he did in the past, but with a step in the future. The theme counts once again with the collaboration of Paulo Gravato in the production, mixes and mastering.

From Aveiro comes another pleasant surprise in the context of new Portuguese music and with a tonic accent in the language of Camões, the solo project of multi-instrumentalist Bruno Pato. The musician began to compose songs from an early age, without worrying about their future, but finally in 2009 when he met Lino Vinagre, he started recording for what would later become Bruno Pato’s first EP.

In a Folk and Country genre, Bruno Pato’s influences come from his father, who through his teachings allowed him to walk the first guitar chords with only 8 years old. The composition of the songs is done by the musician who recorded all the instruments, except for the drums that were recorded by Hugo Ribeiro.

Bruno Pato’s first EP then appears in 2014 called “Um Velho Idiota”, an album with seven songs that speak of life, of love, of leaving and returning! For national representation in the showcase of novelties, we present, Bruno Pato the type of musician who puts his guitar through the country to make his work known.

In 2020, he presents the singles “Faz de Conta”, “Amor é Assim Assim”, “Vamos Fugir” and “Quem te disse?” that you can hear on the next album, to be released later this year.

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