The Festas de Corroios, which had a very varied line-up this year, had the presence of Karetus yesterday, for a night full of music, dancing, and lots of fun.
After Virgo Suta and Mars County, the XXVII Festival de Folclore de Corroios, Jenifer Solidade Almeida, Sangre Ibérico, Tertúlia Coimbrã de Miratejo, Peste & Sida and Horas Vagas and Blasted Mechanism, among many others who passed through the various stages scattered around the venue, it was the turn of the Karetus, they never need a lot of time to get everyone dancing and singing with their themes, energy and good mood.
Yesterday was no different, because with the help of images that went viral or animation, they quickly conquered the public that filled the Corroios Festivities, which always have a lot of animation, tents to buy gifts, utilities, or souvenirs in addition to the entertainment for the whole family, exhibitions, and presentation of the county’s business fabric, and of course, the trailers with lots of delicious snacks and drinks.
Carlos Silva and André Reis are the duo that is conquering the stages where they go, the Karetus, DJs, and producers, passionate about what they call “full-flavor”, a musical idea that does not connect to styles or rhythms, and whose objective is to unique, make and play great music.
Their shows are based on personalized sets and lots of fun, they released their first single in 2012, “Dance No More”, which featured Sue Cho and also the Entrudo EP, followed in 2013 by the Rave On EP. Piñata, edited in 2015 and with the collaboration of Agir, Riot or Pongolove. Several singles followed, such as “Burra”, “El Tridente”, “Basketball”, “Welelele” and “Suruba”, released in 2020.
Diogo Piçarra, Wet Bed Gang, and Dino D’Santiago, among others, have also participated with the duo, with the remix of “Bella Ciao”, the best-known song by Karetus, a song that could be heard in the series “La Casa de Papel” and has more than 6.5 million views on YouTube.