Daniel Catarino is an Alentejo singer who combines eared songs with unusual lyrics, in which he addresses the paradoxes of humanity in a balance between analytical coldness and poetic warmth.
Accustomed to stepping on the stage with only his acoustic guitar, he now performs in an electric trio and more focused on rock, accompanied by Manuel Molarinho on bass (O Manipulador, Baleia Baleia Baleia) and Xinês on drums (Awaiting The Vultures).
Edited in April by Capote Música and with support from the GDA Foundation, the new album “Sangue Quente Sangue Frio” contains the singles “Meio Trono e um Rei” and “Vou Fugir da Cidade”, which already run on Antena 3, and the tour promoting it will cross the country as soon as possible.
Daniel Catarino – May 24th – 6:30 pm
Birds are Indie – May 29 – 9:30 pm
JP Simões – May 30th – 6:30 pm
The promoters of the non-profit initiative also promise an extra Concert, from a band that will be chosen by the members that chose the Major Tom subscription.
The concerts are exclusive to members, and viewed through a closed group on Facebook. After the Pandemic, the goal is for the concerts to go to the halls, live.