The very young Valeria Castro is the owner of a sensitive, fragile voice, conducive to shivering. Born 22 years ago in La Palma, the third of the Castro sisters belongs to that new generation familiar with the terminology of trap, reggaeton and perreo, but her voice, in stark contrast, is wise, rooted and ancient, as if it came from an older woman with a soul lacerated by the sorrows of life. “I’m not as, as vulnerable as my songs, but I’m very close as a person to that same vulnerability. Otherwise I couldn’t be a singer: I would feel like an actress. And I need my identity and my life to coincide with what I then reflect through music”.

A concert that will be one of those delicatessens of Vida Festival.