Clã & Mangka: “Nura Pakhang (Eu e Tu)”

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Recorded between the Himalayas and the city of Porto, the video of the award – winning Indian director Romi Meitei for the collaboration of the Clã with Mangka arrives on the same day that the last three volumes of the compilation T (h) ree – A Musical Journey from Portugal to Asia.

An Omnichord Records edition co-ordinated by David Valentim, the second trilogy of the T (h) ree project is brimming with collaborations between musicians from Portugal and Asia, including First Breath After Coma, Fish, Cave Story, Amelia Muge, Holy Nothing, Surma, Savanna, Old Jerusalem, The Lazy Faithful, Basset Hounds, Birds are Indie and André Barros, among many others.

First Breath After Coma: “Umbrae”

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When they recorded a debut album in 2013 they were far from thinking that tracks like “Escape“, “Shoes For Men With No Feet” or “Apnea” could reach international radio stations and take them on an extended tour.

The crossroads of post-rock influence with the song format that made his record an auspicious surprise was just the beginning of a journey that now has a second chapter. They recorded sounds of almost everything around them, lost themselves in the discographies of the evolution of rock and electronic music and the result is “Drifter“. This album carries the DNA of the First Breath After Coma but points out even more paths to the present and to the Future of this young formation from Leiria.

Umbrae” is the new video and it is another strong theme of the album “Drifter”. The music has the special participation of Noiserv. The Video was realized by Omnichord Records, with edition of Rui Gaspar and Telmo Soares. Rui Paixão with his project “Cão à Chuva” was responsible for the “performance” of the video