ÀVUÀ presents the different forms of love through the song “Famoso Amor”.

Affection is the arrow that guides the manner and the sound of the bell AVUA. The consequence of a gathering between the singers and songwriters of Sao Paulo Bru Black and Jota Pe, the duo is getting ready to disclose and translate different emotional prospects of their debut album, scheduled for the second half of 2022. And, slowly, they ship. Clues to what’s to return by singles. After unveiling the profitable video clip “Dois Sóis”, the second half of the soundtrack shall be launched on July fifteenth. Here is “Famoso Amor”, a song already obtainable on audio streaming apps.

“Dois Sois” and “Famoso Amore” discuss love in different however complementary methods. The first addresses a extra sexual, bodily realm, whereas the second brings emotion to the narrative of the two. With composition by Bruna Blake and manufacturing by Lucas Meyer and Rodrigo Lemos, “Famoso Amor” additionally symbolizes the goal that drives the duo in its creation.


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Formed in 2019, ÀVUÀ brings collectively two abilities who come from different private {and professional} experiences, however who, as a duo, overflow their intersections and variations in modern Brazilian music. In a short while on the street, they’ve already collected essential achievements, akin to a monitor on the launched songs of the album ONZE by Adoniran Barbosa (Dorsal Music, 2020), nominated for a Latin Grammy in 2021; And additionally a partnership with the well-known (and well-known) worldwide channel Colors, wherein they recorded the official song “Com”. This is simply the starting of a path that can sprout through love, a revolution massive and small. Check out the go to!

Approaching the launch of your duo’s debut album, what are your expectations and the way has the manufacturing course of been?

We are very enthusiastic about the manufacturing of the album and the entire course of, from assembly Bruna to beginning to compose tracks, to picking some songs from buddies that ended up on the album. Just not too long ago I used to be in the studio recording some keyboards with Silvinho and it has been stunning. So the entire course of is gorgeous and being finished with so much of care, from the monitor composing half to the distance manufacturing with Lemos, Lucas in Dahouse. We have excessive hopes that folks will prefer it.

The consequence of the assembly of the musical identities of the two, ÀVUÀ has already launched a number of singles and in addition participated in different artists’ albums. How do you personally see the ÀVUÀ venture and what else made you determine and conform to create this venture with one another?

Jota: It was very straightforward as a result of we’ve been buddies for a very long time, we get alongside very nicely and we’ve already sung a number of occasions in one another’s exhibits. I already recorded a song on Bruna’s solo EP and she or he recorded a song on mine, so it was a really pure course of and all of it occurred in a short time. When we determined to assemble the two, our first job was already an album to share with Elsa Soares and Zeca Balero. Later, the similar album was nominated for a Latin Grammy after which many great issues occurred with the ÀVUÀ venture. Right now we’re going to play at the Rock in Rio occasion right here in Sao Paulo. So many great issues taking place with each, simply pleasure.

It’s been a pleasure to work with Bruna, it has been very straightforward to roll all of it out, even now that we’re getting so much of assist and issues are taking place, numbers are rising, new exhibits, already contemplating we have not too long ago been authorised. have been finished. YouTube Foundry, so there’s so much of content material happening.

ÀVUÀ (Photo: Thiago Santos)

Formed in 2019, what do you assume is the proper second to lastly launch your debut album?

I feel the beginning second to make the album is unquestionably to register this assembly, as a result of we began in 2020, after which the pandemic began. We recorded so much of issues remotely till we might get collectively, and it was throughout this era that the viewers began to develop, with out us doing any exhibits. He was actually loopy to know this, on this place to start out a venture and he was heard so much and he could not perceive it bodily, as a result of we could not do the present, so we have been very blissful to register this assembly. and anxious.

Regarding the plot addressed by their lead songs “Dois Sois” and “Famoso Amor”, the two method different, however complementary forms of love, the first a extra sexual type and the second a extra emotional love. What led you to decide on this method and what was the significance of these tracks for each your profession and your life? Did they stimulate any new reflection on the topic?

The two tracks characterize complementary forms of love. In truth, this affection has a spot all through the album and is talked about in some ways.

Jota: “Dois Sous”, in the starting it was a composition wherein I believed so much about how I might discuss pleasure, the way it feels to be in the crowd of on a regular basis life, to do so much and to return residence. And meet somebody who brings you good power. And then, clearly, that results in a sexual place as nicely, snuggled as much as observe the hustle and bustle of on a regular basis life.

So, “Dois Sós”, are two people who find themselves getting concerned and who actually energize themselves till they vibrate like “Dois Sós” and proceed to do on a regular basis issues. Already “Famoso Amor”, it additionally brings so much, as a result of it’s about having the braveness to stay love with all its difficulties, leaving the romantic house a bit and understanding that love is an train of creation and nature.

ÀVUÀ (Photo: Thiago Santos)

In this newest launch, you rely on the composition of Bruna Black and the manufacturing of Lucas Meyer and Rodrigo Lemos. What was it like working along with this crew and the way did your change work throughout the writing course of? Are there too many pairs in the composition?

Jota: I’ve recognized Lucas for a very long time, he produced my solo EP and principally all the singles that got here out after “Garoa” he produced. Lemos, on the different hand, joined Dahouse shortly after and started working extra with ÀVUÀ, who produced tracks for A COLORS Show.

Jota: The compositions are very divided, typically we do them collectively or individually. The first singles from ÀVUÀ have been my compositions, then we began composing collectively, however the cool factor is that once we compose a monitor, we take it to Lucas and Lemos after which have a second opinion on what we will change. .

Despite being a subject extensively explored by different genres akin to Certenejo and different musical genres, you got here away with the understanding that love can be one thing revolutionary. Do you assume you’ve got managed to deliver a brand new look to a theme already explored by music business genres? What units ÀVUÀ aside from different teams in the similar style right now?

Jota: What units Love aside from being revolutionary on this place is the undeniable fact that we’re two black folks speaking about love. I see that our technology has come so much from this place and we speak extra about sicknesses and difficulties, and we won’t discuss love, as a result of in the finish we all the time have to resolve so much of issues and we ignore. It is a bit sensation, very engaging and vital for all folks.

Jota: I consider that folks’s wrestle towards homophobia entails love, and we solely combat towards all these items as a result of we love these folks and we would like them to stay nicely, to stroll with out worry, Run with out points that don’t have anything to do with it. Don’t let anybody else intervene with it. We’re not the solely ones who assume this fashion, we have seen a rebel on this relationship to speak extra about love, which is why we consider we’re placing in the vital stops.

A query that was taken as a type of plot exposition in your work, you introduced two black individuals who share an emotion as a type of wrestle the place they present that they need to stay issues that transcend the trauma and dangerous experiences of their lives. Was the plot primarily based on a real occasion in your life or was it an assumption of the noticed actuality of the world?

Jota: In my view that’s the actuality of all black folks, as a result of I consider that in some unspecified time in the future all black folks have gone through this. So not solely we, as beloved folks, lived and stay, which is straightforward to speak about, as a result of it’s a very shut actuality, which we’re studying to create. At this level I do not assume that Certanejo or different musical points discuss love a lot, I understand that it is a side that we as black artists discuss extra.

As for the future of this pair, how do you see yourselves in just a few years?

We hope to play so much round the world, generate income, make new music, do feats with so much of artists we’re followers of, like Djavan, Mayra Andrade, enjoying at Rock in Rio, and many others. We love happening stage, so we hope to have the ability to report information ceaselessly, with construction, with well-paid musicians and the entire crew, with affection, with time, ?! We simply wish to stay off what we love and pay some payments (laughs).


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