Slight, elusive and restless, Ferran Palau is like a James Blake of homespun navel-gazing. His perpetual adolescent slasher look contrasts with the expansiveness of his music; lean, exquisite and vaporous, generating around him a halo as a generationless singer-songwriter that has been turning out increasingly intimate and emotional records. He could be your next-door neighbour, the one you crossed on the stairs every night and who you end up discovering lived in commune for six years with the members of his band: Anímic. Far from his dark-folk beginnings, Palau has been forging a solo career that is increasingly dependent on synthesizers and 80s sounds. His blend of bedroom pop and comatose R&B, in the vein of Mac DeMarco, has won over the most diverse audiences, from fans of sentimental slow jams to collectors of Marvin Gaye singles. A fiery revision of minimalist pop that one moment draws on classic Motown tunes, and the next Frank Ocean’s digi-evolved neo soul. #R&B
Friday 19th, 21.45h – Escenario AIE
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