‘As Bruxas’ new single by Beatriz Nunes

Beatriz Nunes edita hoje o seu mais recente single ‘As Bruxas’.

Beatriz Nunes reveals how the idea for this single came about “I wrote this song in 2017 at the height of the controversy over activity books for girls and for boys from a Portuguese publisher. At the time, the feeling of frustration that stereotypes were still being discussed archaic gender concepts and the lack of responsibility for propagating these stereotypes in children, replicating endless cycles of differentiating abilities and wills between men and women, made me pick up the guitar and start the song thinking of all the people who resist, such witches that the flames could not burn out, but at the same time recognizing that “this is not over”, that is, that the fight for equality is never-ending.”

Beatriz Nunes adds “Medieval Books of Hours are objects that have always fascinated me. Firstly, for their beauty, then for being an almanac of rituals that mix prayers and festivities, which is like saying that they are books that organize ways of signaling the passage This idea interested me. The record is far from having a religious connotation. Still, it turns out to be an appropriation of this religious object to talk about other subjects that interest me, almost as a suggestion of personal prayers. And I chose some poets, some ancient, others less so, through their narratives to approach love, justice, and power.”

‘As Bruxas’ is thus the lead single to the album Livro de Horas to be released on May 26th.

The presentation concert will take place at Casa Fernando Pessoa (Lisbon) on the 27th of May.

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