Real Estate release “In Mind”, their forth and new album.

After having made excellent records as Days (Domino/Pias, 2011) and Atlas (Domino/Pias, 2014), Real Estate raised as one of the most relevant indie-pop groups in the whole world. A brilliant career that Matt Mondanile, the guitarist, decided to abandon to dedicate all his time to Ducktails, his other music project. A change that In Mind (Domino, 2017), the band’s fourth and last album, has been solved by the inclusion of a new guitarist, Julian Lynch, and old friend of university. Beyond these changes, the last record of the band from New Jersey captivates as their previous ones, thanks to a luminous and melodic pop-rock. A musical direction that was already drawn in the first songs of the album, “Darling” and “Stained Glass”.

Fleet Foxes announce new album with a double song

It’s been six long years of waiting but, at last, Fleet Foxes have broken their silence. After establishing themselves as one of the most powerful international folk bands with Fleet Foxes (Bella Union / Sinnamon, 2008) and Helplessness Blues (Coop / Music Usual, 2011), the group leaded by Robin Pecknold has announced the release of their third album Crack-Up (Nonesuch Records, 2017) with an exquisite double song, "Third of May / Ōdaigahara". A piece where the band from Seattle show a brilliant, intense and introspective folk. This new record, coproduced by Robin Pecknold and Skyler Skjelset, will be published next June 16th and we will be able to enjoy it in the Vida Festival 2017.


We want to introduce you three international artists that will soon be creating a buzz and will perform at VIDA 2017! #VidaNextBigThing

Parcels (Australia)
After the great expectation created with their two first songs, they left the sunny Australian coasts and move to Berlin to focus 100% on their musical career. Quality funk-pop and rhythms that will make it impossible to stop dancing! Parcels will play at VIDA 2017!
Thursday, 29th June

Shame (UK)
They haven't released their first album yet, but the UK music press is already talking about them. Sassy rock and tones of attitude, Shame will play at VIDA 2017!
Friday 30th, June

Gabriella Cohen (Australia)
Vocalist of the Australian band The Furrs, she decided to undertake her solo career and her first album, Full Closure and No Details, can't be more promising. Melancholic pop song brought to the stages with lots of energy, Gabriella Cohen will play at VIDA 2017!
Saturday, 1st July