The Indignu are one of the most interesting post-rock bands in Portugal, through their guitars they bring the feeling of Portuguese nostalgia and emotion.
They return this year to the studio albums with Umbra, the fourth album that has collaborations with Manel Cruz and Ana Deus described by the band as the most carved so far. A disk wrapped in a twilight, with guitars in fury that invokes a collective memory of a tragedy that left pain and sadness in Portugal, the fires that devastated a significant part of the country.
A unique work, all with musical training, where the guitars and drums merge with violins, guitar with violin bow and piano. A universe that also leads us to the sound of musicians like The Edge or Robert Smith.
With several tours in Europe, it can be said that this is a classic case of Portuguese artists who play more abroad than in their own Country, they present themselves for the first time in Madeira in Concertos L.