“Não Te Dás a Ninguém” advances the arrival of the third album of originals of the Prana, which succeeds “O Amor e Outros Azares“. The theme portrays the antagonism between attraction and fatality, and the band tries to play with often distant concepts, such as rock and electronic: “It’s a metaphor that describes those situations where we see ‘danger’ written everywhere but not We managed not to follow. An arm of iron and silk, of seduction. ”
The musical tension manifests itself in a vibrant, chorus-like sound, with a rhythmic crescent marked by an overactive guitar that finds in the battery, with more electronic tonalities, its energy circuit. “Se não me queres, o que é que queres de mim?” (If you do not want me, what do you want from me?) Expresses all the matter and energy of the music.
The band from São João da Madeira also runs a new universe, new ways of life, in which they seek to unify cinema and music. “Não Te Dás a Ninguém” is accompanied by an illustrative video clip with a neo – notic aesthetic, on the one hand, explores the lighting features, highlighting aspects of the characters and feeding the tension in the viewer, on the other, through an apparent action Arbitrary, has the power to establish the relationship between the characters and their breaks. The letter gives the nickname for this type of aesthetics, looking at a mundane theme of protagonists ruined by fatalism and daily injustice.
The video was produced by Ricardo Leite‘s team, who, among other works, successfully adapted Rui Zink‘s narrative, “A Instalação do Medo” (The Installation of Fear), to the big screen. The short film was awarded by the Academia Portuguesa de Cinema with the Prémio Sophia 2016 and has been exhibited at various film festivals at home and abroad (such as the Berlin Student Film Festival in March and, for these days, the Short Film Corner in Cannes).