PLUTÃO JÁ FOI PLANETA E MAHMUNDI
On September 29, great representatives of the new Brazilian music will meet in a unique concert at Sunset Stage. The indie pop quintet formed by multi-instrumentalists, Plutão Já foi Planeta, will play for the first time at the world's biggest music and entertainment festival. The performance will be completed by singer Mahmundi and her blend of pop and electronic music. The artist has two albums and two EPs that have been acclaimed by the critics and by fellow artists such as Ed Motta.
About Plutão Já Foi Planeta
Singer Natália Noronha's voice delivers the group's self-penned songs that captivated the domestic public in a TV music contest. Formed in 2013, the band also includes Gustavo Arruda, Sapulha Campos, Vitória de Santi and Renato Lelis. Plutão Já Foi Planeta dropped their first album “Daqui Pra Lá” in 2014, in Rio Grande do Norte. In 2017, the group released their latest effort “A Última Palavra Feche a Porta”. The funny “Você não é mais planeta” and the track “Alto Mar” are sung along by the public that follows the band.
From Marechal Hermes, Rio de Janeiro, Marcela Vale is the voice behind the persona Mahmundi. In her career, she has released two EPs and an album that have been well received by the public and critics alike. After producing her own material, Marcela signed a contract with a record label and went into the studio with musician Lux Ferreira to produce the album “Para Dias Ruins”. The work mixes rhythms ranging from retro beats to afrobeat.