"Break the Chains (Satélite K, 2015) is a work comparable to the sound of the r'n'b international scene and look with force to names like Rihanna and Lauryn Hill, but also to Jamiroquai and, of course, Bob Marley. Nor could the Brazilian imprint stay out of the record, in songs like "Redenção". The 14 titles include the concerns of these years of "self-examination" -as they define their work-. The album is the natural continuation of the message of Wake Up (Sony Music, 2013): the beginning of a click, a vital awakening for Sara and Érico. The new album speaks of liberating consciences, taking down the veils and abstract chains". Yeray S. Iborra
The Mercat de Música Viva de Vic is preparing its 32nd edition with performances and digital content as its professional activity.Due to the crisis generated by COVID-19, the professional activities of the Market will be offered online in a very special way. There will also be face-to-face concerts, which will be adapted to the re-opening phase in force in September.