Fifteen years after the worldwide success of the hit “Velha Infância” and “Já Sei Namorar” the TRIBALISTAS begin a world tour that will take them to November in Italy.


Fifteen years after the international success of the first album of the same name, which has sold over 3 million copies, the internationally acclaimed Brazilian trio TRIBALISTAS undertakes for the first time a tour that will touch America and Europe to present the new recording project. In November they will also arrive in Italy with two live dates. Thursday 8th November MILAN, Arcimboldi Theater and Sunday 11 November ROME, Sala Santa Cecilia, Auditorium Parco della Musica. The trio, composed by Marisa Monte, Carlinhos Brown and Arnaldo Antunes, will give life to a unique and engaging show that, in addition to the songs of the new album “Tribalistas” (Universal Music), recorded in Rio de Janeiro in August 2017, will include national and international hits such as “Passe em Casa”, “Velha Infância” and “Já Sei Namorar”. The Tribalistas will be accompanied on stage by the musicians Dadi Carvalho (bass, electric guitar, mandolin and keyboard), Pedro Baby (acoustic and electric guitars), Pretinho da Serrinha (cavaquinho) and Marcelo Costa (drums). The Italian dates are part of the European tour that will start on October 21st from Portugal and then reach Spain, Germany, Switzerland, England, France and will end in Italy. The new project, like the previous one, is a home-made album as produced by the same Tribalistas, together with Leonardo Netto, and recorded with a small group of musicians, friends and colleagues, and by the same technical team that worked on the first album . The record, composed of 10 songs, was made public through a live on the social channels of the artists displayed by over 5.62 million fans in 52 countries simultaneously. During the live the Tribalistas presented four songs: “Diáspora”, “Um Só”, “Fora da Memória” and “Aliança”. The album was premiered on the radio by the single “Diáspora”, written entirely by the Tribalistas themselves and produced by Marisa Monte. The piece deals with the sadly current issue of migration and the movement of peoples and civilizations, due to crises and conflicts.


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