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Dreyma stars in the new Bravas Sessions

The audiovisual project Brave Sessions presents a new live show, this time with the Andalusians Dreyma as protagonists.

Three years have passed since the last release of the duo formed by Cris and Mel. In “Wild” (twenty-one), Dreyma explored their magical sound in which they explored a whole palette of possibilities and feelings, through which they traveled during the ten songs on the album.

The intimacy of their songs has been transferred directly to the Sesiones Bravas studio, creating what could be the most intimate and profound performance to date. The songs selected for the session were the well-known “Amanita” and “Monday Frida” along with the premiere of “Óyeme.”

“Óyeme” is therefore Dreyma's first song in three years. In the song, they reflect on the break of recent years and on being aware that even if you are not on stage you can continue creating and making music.

Born by the hand of The Braves Records, The Chapel Mag and Prisma the audiovisual project of Jesús Marín Polytechnic Institute continues with this new session in which Sesiones Bravas continues to bet on national underground and independent music. We will be waiting for the next sessions these months. After Bones Of Minerva, in the coming months they will premiere performances by, among others, Throne of Blood, Hoy Es Siempre Still and others.

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