Tribalistas Reunites For New Album

by Brazil Club - Let The Music Take You There on 08/12/2017 - 11:23 am

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"It's not a Tribalistas return, because Tribalistas never left. We were always there." So begins the latest chapter for Brazil’s greatest pop musical alliance featuring Arnaldo Antunes, Marisa Monte and Carlinhos Brown, albeit with 15 years between turns of the page.

Thursday, August 10th saw the arrival of four new singles from the upcoming album to be released by Universal Brasil at the end of this month. Aliança, Diáspora, Fora da Memória and Um Só were unveiled during a late-night, hour-long streamcast on social media and already available on digital platforms worldwide.

Marisa Monte says that these new songs have more similarities than differences with their self-titled album from 2002. "There is the same collective spirit," she said.

"This second album has the same spontaneity. It was recorded with the same musicians, with the same technical team," Arnaldo Antunes added.



Listen Live: Diáspora gets its streaming radio debut on The Sounds of Brazil Wednesday, August 16th, top of the hour at 11 am and 2 pm CT. 



Our review of ‘Tribalistas’ in 2003 included this observation: “'Tribalistas' is both a masterpiece of modern-day MPB and a blueprint for its future. There’s a sense of unhurried comfort right from the start, which helps to illustrate the defining nature of a true “supergroup” from wanna-be pretenders. There’s no struggle for creative dominance here… Your ears tell you that this is the real thing.”

Rumors of a new album first began to circulate in 2015, when The Sounds of Brazil at Brazil Club announced the possibility of a reunion for the trio. Within months, reports of casual rehearsals and meetings grew to become the worst-kept secret in Brazilian music and fans greeted 2016’s arrival with subtle confirmation of song selections and on-stage appearances.

And be sure to add August 31 to your calendar. TV Globo will broadcast a television special to coronate the long-awaited musical return of this talented trio.


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