Quintessente was one of the most interesting and peculiar bands of the year 2017 after the release of the record, Songs From Celestial Spheres. Receiving many positive reviews of the Brazilian press, the debut album of the group that owns 23 year history, gradually being dismembered and getting your concept revealed to fans.
The lead singer and founder of the group, Andre Carvalho, unveiled for the site Metal Roadie the inspirations and your approach to the letter of the third track of the album “A Sort of Reverie”:
“A Sort of Reverie” is a song about the State of digression, about moments of contemplation and deep thoughts, leading to growth and transmutation. Talk about a scenario in which the real world in intertwined with illusions and dreams. A kind of anguish between reality and reverie. The chorus discusses the search for self-knowledge through introspection. Talk of fantasy about a new phase and also a reflection about what has passed. Is an internal war over escape of real and face the existence of fact. Is as an offshoot of “Delirum”, but now it is when lucid starts to bring light. Reveals the musician.
The album Songs From Celestial Spheres are available for audition in main Streaming platforms in the world, including all tracks individually and in single track on the Group’s official channel at YouTube.
André Carvalho: Vocal
Cristiano Dias: Guitas
Cristina Muller: Keyboard/Vocals
Luiz Fernando: Bass
Léo Birigui: Drums
Pressemitteilung: Metal Roadie
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