In this fourth album, the artist offers his “more personal” work, as he interprets and produces it, and pays homage to a genre that has provided “stability” to his career.
This was stated in declarations to Europa Press by the singer, who on Wednesday at 7:00 pm will sign records at the English Court of Columbus and will sing live some of the compositions.
“These are songs from Broadway’s lifelong musicals,” Diges said. The topics included belong to ‘Les Miserables’, ‘I can’t get up today’, ‘Mamma Mia!’, ‘Cats’, ‘Tarzan’ or ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, among others. “It’s the typical disk to put in the car and enjoy it,” he said.
Regarding previous work, Diges says that this album is “different” in terms of content, because it contains only musical songs. “The musicals have given me stability and not disappear. Now what I want to do is throw a little more for the musical show,” he said.
In the project, which has been recorded in Madrid and mastered in New York, the singers Ruth Lorenzo and Lara Alcazar have collaborated forming duets with Diges. “It has been six or seven months of work. But it has been a pass,” he said.
Likewise, the themes have arrangements made by Daniel Ambrojo and voice recording has been performed by Max Miglin. In turn, the mixtures and definitive production have been the work of Alberto Sánchez and Daniel Diges himself.
On April 23, the singer will perform live at a concert for his new album at the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía in Valencia. “It is not a traditional concert, I wanted to do a show that is not normal. I have dancing, I have humor. I take two girls in the choir and interact with them, and I also take a wonderful band of musicians,” he admitted. < / p>
As for the public, the singer says he has had a “very good reception” in previous concerts, and expects “the same” in Valencia.