ORUÃ is a child of Rio de Janeiro downtown, was born at night and attends the parties at dawn. Free jazz made by poor guys. Working class' kraut rock. Raw and sophisticated, their ochre-tinted sound doesn't fit into the neo-psychedelic color palette. With afrobeat, Clube da Esquina, some classic Matador Records, 70's riffs, amulets, space cookies and a cassette tape recorder on hand, they've embarked on a journey way off the beaten path. In June 2019, the band released their second album, ROMÃ, and kick off another tour in the US, opening for Built to Spill (which includes two members of Oruã in its current formation).