Diana Navarro (Málaga, Spain, 1978) released her first single, ‘Sola’, in 2005. Now she’s launching her seventh album, Resiliencia, which took three years to complete. In it, Navarro mixes flamenco with pop and electronica – a mix that shows a qualitative leap in her career.
With her debut album, No te olvides de mí (2005), Navarro earned a place in the Spanish music scene. It was a comprehensive collection of songs. Her second record, 24 rosas (2007), shows a more firmly established singer already.
These two LPs were followed by others released in 2008, 2011, 2012 and 2013. Then there came a break, which Navarro fruitfully used to work on Resiliencia – an album that reflects her calmer, more patient stance.
Made up by 13 tracks, Resiliencia is Diana Navarro’s most intimate and bravest work so far. She even wrote the lyrics of 11 songs in it. The process worked out as a sort of therapy for a singer coming of age on musical terms at last.
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