TERRA – Sound Of Rain (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

    Brazilian Multi-Instrumentalist Lucas Barbosa’s TERRA’s New Video “Sound Of Rain”
    Debut Album “Hypercube” Out November 19th

    Brazilian multi-instrumentalist Lucas Barbosa will be releasing his studio project Terra and its debut album “Hypercube” on November 19th via Rockshots Records. Today, the third single “Sound of Rain” is revealed with a music video

    Barbosa explains the track:
    Sound Of Rain is a soundtrack for a resting session at the end of a long and tiring journey, or just an exhausting day. In every journey, there is a moment when we sit down, take a deep breath and try to make sense of all the learnings, mistakes and lessons we collect along the way. It is part of the learning process and it feeds the creative and constructive loops of any thought or idea we might be forming. Our subconscious does this process automatically during our dreams when we sleep. So, Sound Of Rain talks about owning this process, about Lucid Dreaming, by the sound of pouring water, in a comfortable and warm environment, where we lead the process of making sense of all what we learned so far in our life journeys, what is yet to discover and what path should we take to get to the final goal. In this case, the formation, comprehension and harvesting of the perfect Idea, the one that represents the best version of ourselves, a Hypercube on the top of the mountain. In order to transmit this message, elements of percussion, finger-style classical guitar, exploring harmonic features of the instrument, and organic rhythmics were used, over smooth by dynamic harmonic progression were implemented”

    Terra is a project that combines elements of music, travelling and photography, all done by the perspective, eyes, ears and mind of Brazilian musician and multi-instrumentalist Lucas Barbosa. Terra reaches out to several different musical elements, held together by dynamic Heavy Metal and Hard Rock structures, to build soundtracks for multicultural experiences narrated by travel journals and illustrated by photography.

    “The idea of Terra was always there, I believe. I have been composing and writing songs since I was 15. I needed a platform to structure and back these songs. This platform should allow me to combine some passions of mine: folk and metal music, traveling and photography. When I was around 20, I came up with the concept of TERRA, a project that would combine all the influences that made the musician and the person I am, in an organic manner, which would allow me to tell my stories of discoveries and exploration, including my experiences traveling through Brazil and throughout the world. It took about 10 years to actually find the environment and opportunity to bring this idea to life by recording Hypercube and kick-starting this journey.” comments Barbosa.

    Terra’s first record, Hypercube, narrates the journey of self-discovery, self understanding and growth that some of us go through at a point of our lives, to reach the best version of ourselves. Hypercube represents the perfect idea, our ideal self, the version of ourselves, an idea that is born in a superior level of conscience and is up to us to figure out how to bring it to life. Ten songs narrate some of the steps of this learning process, by the artist perspective, portraying his personality by incorporating and absorbing elements from Barbosa’s musical background, including Brazilian traditional music like Caipira and Sertanejo music, Samba, Capoeira, American Bluegrass and Country Music, Western Folk music, Classical music, among others. Lucas Barbosa was responsible for playing almost all instruments, including rhythm and lead guitars in all their forms (electric, classical, 6 string, 12 string), bass, Brazilian guitar (or Viola Caipira), Andean guitar (or Charango), piano, Pan flute (Andean flute), harmonicas, Brazilian, Asian and other sorts of percussion, in addition to performing the vocals, backing vocals and choirs in all the songs.

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