Hailing from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, ORUÃ brings their own brand of jazz-infused, fuzzed-out psychedelia to the KEXP Live Room.
PHOTO BY carlos cruz (view set)
written by Isabel Khalili

Hailing from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, ORUÃ brings their own brand of jazz-infused, fuzzed-out psychedelia to the KEXP Live Room. Playing mostly songs from their 2019 album, Romã, the three-piece band also speaks with Cheryl Waters about their connection with Built To Spill, the arts community in Rio de Janeiro, and their many side projects. Recorded 03/27/2019

1. Volte Consciente
2. Malquerências
3. Domador
4. Vitin
5. Ilhas De Força

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