On a Thursday night in Club B.Leza, singer and guitarist Elisa Guerra and bassist Francisco Couto stand with their backs turned to the crowd, facing drummer Miguel Gomes as their
Malone’s songs unfold and reveal themselves as cryptic confessionals of matters both personal and universal in equal measure. Expertly crafted songwriting finds life in Malone’s silken voice, a voice steeped in maturity and emotional depth, settling comfortably atop soft and subterranean instrumentation.
The great saxophonist who played with Miles Davis and had a former U.S. president visit him on his deathbed clearly had a great night in Lisbon at some point.
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