The new production by Catarina Salinas and Ed Rocha Gonçalves arrives accompanied by a cinematographic music video signed by André Tentugal and with the participation of actor Francisco Reimão.
A reunion with the director with whom the group has had great complicity for a long time, in fact, extended to the musical area with the creation of the project “There Must Be A Place”.
Keeping the sound identity that characterizes the duo that recently celebrated 10 years since the release of their first single “Hang Out”, it is undeniable to recognize that “Rumba Nera” reveals unusual sounds in the electronically rooted indie pop they advocate.
From the outset, references to the detectable Latin rhythms when choosing the title. And, less frequently, melodic constructions close to the Baroque composition, in which the hearing of Goldberg’s Variations, the pieces signed by Bach in the mid-18th century, is recognizable.
Seemingly distant sonic universes that Best Youth match with their musical brand.