João Pedro Bonfá releases his first album with a repertoire that goes from folk to rock
Singer, songwriter and guitar player João Pedro Bonfá releases today, March 22, his first album: “João Pedro Bonfá”. Without making any secret about his family ties, Marcelo Bonfá, his father and drummer of band Legião Urbana, participates in “Música para Lu”, a song recorded with the participation of another musician: Otávio Rocha, guitar player of band Blues Etílicos.
With an authorial repertoire that goes from folk to rock, emphasizing the guitars, João Pedro Bonfá shows in his album songs of personal inspiration, such as “Cavalos celestiais”, “Nudes”, “Não sei o que se passa”, “João de Deus” and “O barco” – this latter recorded with Lucas Vasconcellos in the keys and in the bass.
“The content is half folk, half rock. I am not very fond of indie stuff, with all that noise. My sound is more traditional, influenced by Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, America”, says the artist.
Listen to album “João Pedro Bonfá”: