An authority on Portuguese alternative rock, Mão Morta have tried to feint longevity, turning it into fuel for their permanent irreverence and originality. Meandering from their discography, the band from Braga have also created bridges and collaborations that give us unexpected adventures in and out of music, such as the musical Chão for Comédias do Minho, the choreography No Fim Era o Frio by Inês Jacques, or the collaboration with the Remix Ensemble for the centenary of Theatro Circo. It would not be strange then, that to answer the call of Esfera, designed by André Tentúgal and Henrique Amaro, they searched for something new within themselves and consulted with Pedro Sousa: a saxophonist, which is an extremely rare case in the extensive career of Mão Morta. The short album Tricot, which features three songs taken from the recording session, will be performed on stage live for the very first time, giving us a new expanding world and showing us – once again – musicians who are passionate about risk and, above all, the euphoria of a new beginning.
Adolfo Luxúria Canibal
Electronics, drums, percussions
Electronics, keyboard, guitar