“Today one of the conditions to live a little better is to stop the speed that constantly pushes us to know how to listen, read, see, feel and think” says José Gil and Julie Byrne confirms. Byrne makes us stop in the midst of the turbulence battered by postmodernity. We stop to listen to radiant songs and, despite the joviality, Julie Byrne, a skilled nomadic composer, reveals harmonious maturity.
“I Live Now As A Singer” shares Byrne, at the end of her last album Not Even Happiness, and does not disguise vulnerability, transporting her tonight to Teatro da Trindade, and then sharing her with us, in an absolute premiere in Portugal. Let’s stop and listen to it, let’s live a little better.