Tainá has landed in Portugal from Brazil, where she studied music against her family’s will and had to work to pay for her course. With only 21 years and a nomad life with the maturity of an ancient soul, Tainá wanted to record a demo in Lisbon, but ended up recording her debut album. Her enormous talent, her full music, immaculate to the last note, ultimate word, and final silence, couldn’t be contained in just one demo or EP.
And as reality always overcomes fiction, Tainá was walking around Lisbon when she spontaneously joined a jam session of a group of musicians. They asked to sing “Corcovado” by Tom Jobim and in the end she learned she was singing with the band of Erlend Øye from Kings of Convenience. He was doing a solo performance next day in Capitólio, Lisbon, and invited Tainá for this concert. She was singing at the entrance door of Capitólio when Erlend Øye saw her and joined her because he was so impressed. He then asked her to perform in the opening act of both his next concerts in Portugal. These facts and many more turn into fascinating stories when told by Tainá, the master storyteller, singer and songwriter who is revealing the first chapter of her remarkable career in her first album “Sonhos” that will be released in mid-September. Tainá’s official affair with the Portuguese audience has just only began.