Luísa Sobral opens the doors to the sunny pop of DanSando, her sixth original album. Produced by Grammy Latino winner Tó Brandileone, Luísa's new musical adventure is an intimate and personal work, but also socially conscious and engaged, bringing together songs that are brighter and in which love is the raw material. It's an album that the author admits she has wanted to make for a long time: "an ode to life."
Her facet as a composer stands out, composing for artists such as Ana Moura, António Zambujo, Sara Correia, Mayra Andrade, among others. In 2017, she wrote Amar Pelos Dois, a song interpreted by her brother Salvador Sobral and the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Since her debut, Luísa Sobral has collaborated with renowned artists and producers such as Jamie Cullum and Mário Laginha, who were guests on Luísa's second album (There’s a Flower in My Bedroom, 2013); Joe Henry, who produced the artist's self-titled album (2016) after having worked with Madonna and Elvis Costello; Raul Refree, producer for musicians like Rosalía, Silvia Pérez Cruz, and Rocío Márquez, as well as the album Rosa (2018); and Zahara, with whom she released the single Todo Lo Que No Está in 2020.