New ventures are ahead for young Venezuelan folk-pop singer-songwriter Seghabi.
The <a href=”/music/Devendra-Banhart”>Devendra Banhart</a>-influenced material is the first the artist has released in English.
The single “Do You?” is from his upcoming EP, Tales of Trou-vels, and the live version was recently added to his recordings from the Shoebox Studio in Caracas.
Seghabi was part of the Nuevas Bandas Festival’s circuit with a solid project influenced and cultivated by folk and acoustic pop that portrayed Russian-Venezuelan living painter Nicolas Ferdinandov. Now, we are waiting to see what’s next for the intellectual alternative musician in Venezuela.
“If I fly to the moon, would you stop me from death?” is the beginning of his latest single, “Do You?” that you can check out here:
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