From the most fragile sensitivity to the most overwhelming strength, Minerva is Music of contrasts. With their album, with roots that drink from Jazz music, soul, rock and pop, Minerva takes us through paths full of personal traces. Capable of moving the audience with songs with great sensitivity they also let themselves go with energy to make us shake and get lost into music.
Their first published album, M (self-edited, 2016) is a work with eight songs in english that talk about the emotional states of life, from the delicately mundane awakening in “Morning Tea” to the love and heartbreak in “You don’t care”, “Forget About it”or “By my side”, the freedom in oblivion (I’m Free) or the revolt against conventionalities (Kill Bond). With a voice influenced by black music (from Lauryn Hill to Amy Winehouse) and compositions rich in details in sound, they introduce a personal, fresh vision of pop music with black roots.