The Aula Magna of the University of Lisbon was the stage chosen by Sharon Van Etten to present her concert on the Darkness Fades tour in Portugal and her new single, ‘Porta’, the first work of her new album.
The American, presented a concert without extras, with only the essentials, her voice, and her music that resulted in full in this room in Lisbon.
The first part was in charge of Tamara Lindeman’s The Weather Station who presented themes from her album ‘Ignorance‘, which in the company of a violinist, played for the audience, ‘Tried to Tell You‘, ‘Subdivisions‘ and ‘Thirty‘ among others.
Sharon Van Etten, entrou cerca de 30 minutos depois, já com o palco pronto para a receber, e foi com ‘I’ll Try‘ seguido de ‘Anything‘ e ‘Born‘, do album ‘We’ve Been Going Abouth This All Wrong, mas também, temas mais antigos, como ‘Comeback Kid‘ e ‘No One’s Easy to Love‘ do album de 2019 ‘Remind Me Tomorrow‘ não foram esquecidos tal como outros exitos de Sharon.
Um concerto sem os habituais extras que vale pwela musica e voz desta exvelente cantora norte-americana.
Sharon Van Etten, came in about 30 minutes later, with the stage ready to receive her, and it was with ‘I’ll Try‘ followed by ‘Anything‘ and ‘Born‘, from the album ‘We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong, but also older tracks such as ‘Comeback Kid‘ and ‘No One’s Easy to Love‘ from the 2019 album ‘Remind Me Tomorrow‘ were not forgotten like Sharon’s other hits.
A concert without the usual extras. which is worth the music and voice of this excellent American singer.