Sonia Tavares' powerful and versatile voice is perhaps their most emblematic trait, but media and fans often say that it is on stage that the band reveals their best with energetic, surprising and elaborate shows that can be adequately presented on big festival stages, arenas or small intimate environments.
The Gift have played all over Europe, toured the USA and Canada several times, visited Australia and Asia but it is in Spain and Brazil that the band has become more established outside their home country of Portugal where they have achieved gold/platinum status on record sales and topped the radio airplay charts for many years.
With albums produced in the past by Howie B and Ken Nelson, in 2017 they released what the band considers to be their best record, produced and co-composed by Brian Eno and mixed by Flood: ALTAR. They were also honoured by Brian Eno's presence on stage to sing Love Without Violins on a very rare public performance which took place at the Bush Hall in London. This show was included on their 2017 international tour which included, Eurosonic Noordeslag, SXSW, The Great Escape, London, Berlin, Summer Stage at Central Park - New York, amongst others.