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Filippe Dias reflects on the evolution of time in the album “Dias”

The singer-songwriter Filippo Dias brings his reflections on time to the concept album Dayswhich reveals 11 copyright tracks who walk the paths of rock, blues, neo-soul, R&B, folk And MPB to develop the narrative of the record, now available on digital platforms.

days, similarly recorded on the Mosh Studios in St. Paul show how Filippo Dias incorporates diverse musical influences in environments never explored before. there is a globe Vintage ▾which revisits the 60’s And 1970, within modern compositions. All the tracks were conceived five years ago.

“I started to see that all the songs I did, in some way, were related to relationship problems, but mostly to things that develop over a period of time”, reveals Days. “Then, I started to understand that there was a link between the things I was writing and the changes that were happening. From there, I had the idea that this record could talk about time, the impermanence of things and how they transform. and we transform together “.





The feeling of denial, mourning and restart Days. In this way the author begins his transformation as an artist, when he observes that, in the course of the songs, he provides samples that he is finishing one cycle to start another. This is related to the choice not only to be a renowned blues musician, but to go beyond the labels. The last two songs, Singularity And small boatmirrors this redirect very well.

“Its development also reflects what I want for my career. It signals a new moment I want to experience in music, including not writing English lyrics anymore.”says the artist. “I want to do this more outside of the blues, without abandoning it, and get even closer to all the influence of Brazilian music, especially in the content of the lyrics. Since I’ve always enjoyed writing in Portuguese, I thought it was a interesting moment that I present this proposal “.

Days count on the production, recording and mixing of the famous Hamlet Poodles, who also signs the orchestral arrangements. The mastering is signed by Brian Luceywho has already worked with big names in the international market such as Doyle Bramhall II, The Black Keyse And Arctic monkeys. His work was done in Los Angeles (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA).

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Source: Terra

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