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Da Silva

Da Silva

Da Silva


Da Silva is the stage name of Emmanuel da Silva, born in 1976, in the city of Nevers, France. As a teenager his musical taste led him to the punk group Mad Coakroches. He then turned to a more raw sound, forming Punishment Park, alongside former members of Tambours du Bronx. At the age of 21, he decided to focus on a more acoustic style with his new band Venus Coma, having also dabbled in electronic music under the stage name of Mitsu. Inhabitant of Rennes since 2007 Read more on Last.fm
Da Silva is the stage name of Emmanuel da Silva, born in 1976, in the city of Nevers, France. As a teenager his musical taste led him to the punk group Mad Coakroches. He then turned to a more raw sound, forming Punishment Park, alongside former members of Tambours du Bronx. At the age of 21, he decided to focus on a more acoustic style with his new band Venus Coma, having also dabbled in electronic music under the stage name of Mitsu. Inhabitant of Rennes since 2007, he also lived for 18 months in Dinan, a town which was a great source of inspiration for him. After Dinan, Da Silva returned to Rennes where he lives in a house with its own recording studio. With the help of Cali, for whom he was a support band, in 2005 he released the album Décembre en été ("December in Summer") from which the single " L’indécision" ("Indecision") became a hit. In 2007, Emmanuel da Silva and Christophe Mali co-wrote a song for "Tout me revient" ("Everything comes back to me"), an album by Marina Vénache, and in the same year released his second album De beaux jours à venir ("Good times to come"), which had a much more pessimistic and sombre feel, speaking of relationship problems or simply the problems of life in general. The album, which contained the songs "De là haut parlant de la mort d'un être cher" ("From above, speaking of the death of a dear one") or even "Au moment des amours" ("At the time of love affairs"), explores difficult and melancholy subjects. In 2008 he was credited on the eponymous album of Elsa Lunghini (music and lyrics), then in 2009 released a third album, La Tendresse des fous ("The Tenderness of Fools"), from which "Le Carnaval" ("The Carnival") was the first single. The album was recorded in the Parisian studio Labomatic Studios. In 2009, Emmanuel da Silva also published a children's book, "Billie et les rois de la nuit" ("Billie and the kings of the night"). Source : Wikipedia.

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