Cabruêra launches, this Tuesday (21), the album ‘Sol a Pino’, the sixth album of the group’s career. Mixed in Colombia, by producer Felipe Alvarez, the release forecast was for 2020. According to vocalist and founder, Arthur Pessoa, the pandemic contributed to the delay.
“The pandemic made it unfeasible, first because the record was not here with us, it was there in Colombia, being mixed there. We expected it to come out when we were playing, and with the pandemic that wouldn’t be possible “.
Arthur Pessoa sees the positive side of postponement. “It was good because we had more time to work on the record, especially Felipe in the mix. The record now comes as a breath of joy to lighten up a little.”
Felipe Alvarez, responsible for the production of ‘Sol a Pino’, has worked with names such as Shakira and Bomba Éstereo. Of the 10 tracks, they had already been released ‘Life’‘No Mar’ and ‘Deixa a Gira Girar’, a version of the classic by the group Os Tincoãs.
The last track, ‘Marsicano’, is a tribute to Alberto Marsicano, one of the producers of Cabruêra’s previous album, ‘Nordeste Oculto’. The artist, who passed away in 2013, chose the current album title.
‘Sol a Pino’ refers to the expression ‘Pino do Meio Dia’, common in northeastern Brazil, used to describe the sun in the zenith position, that is, in the highest place. One pre-release show was held on Sunday (19), at Casa da Pólvora, in João Pessoa.