How do you go from covering bands like Os Mutantes, The Beatles and The Kinks for a repertoire that becomes one of the references of the independent Brazilian music of today? O Terno explains. The trio, formed by Tim Bernardes, Guilherme D'Almeida and Gabriel Basile released the first album in 2012 to be directly on the list of compliments of Rolling Stone Brazil. In 2014, in addition to the creation of the publisher RISCO, they released the second album that took them, the following year, to their debut at Lollapalooza. After the time for international tours, Melhor Do Que Parece, the last work, is a mix of tropicalismo, rock, soul and Brazilian music.
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