Flying Wig is Devendra’s 11th album and continues the change of record started in Ma (2019), which marks a more intimate way of telling his stories, through his music.
The production of her new work was in charge of Cate Le Bon, while the graphics are the responsibility of visual artist Dana Trippe (Haim, Tame Impala)
Devendra Banhart, Venezuelan-American composer and visual artist, was born on May 30, 1981, in Houston, Texas, USA, but spent much of his childhood in Venezuela. Banhart’s music is often characterized by its eclectic style, drawing inspiration from various genres such as folk, psychedelic, and indie rock.
He gained recognition in the early 2000s with his distinctive and unconventional approach to folk music. Banhart’s work is known for his whimsical and poetic lyrics, as well as his unique vocal style. Some of his popular albums include Cripple Crow (2005), Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon (2007), Mala (2013), and Ma (2019).
In addition to his musical career, Banhart also explored the visual arts, including drawing and painting. His artistic sensibilities often extend beyond music, making him a multifaceted artist.
The Coliseu Concert featured a first part by Devendra Banhart’s guitarist, H. Hawkline.
An audience of fans and connoisseurs vibrated to the sound of Banhart from the first chord of “Twin”, they sang and danced to each song, covering the themes of the new album but also the artist’s most iconic themes.
Another excellent concert by House of Fun.
- Fur Hildegard Von
- Golden Girls
- Bad Girl
- Sight Seer
- Love Song
- Never Seen Such Good Things
- Fancy Man
- Fig > Shakedown
- Charger / Fireflies
- Carmensita / Seahorse