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daniel sabater

At just 20 years old, daniel sabater has become one of the most important national artists of what they call “the new wave”. A generation of young voices that have managed to capture thousands of listeners who enjoy their creations like no one else. A success that is reflected in the high numbers of reproductions that each single publishes collects since it already has an audience of half a million monthly listeners on Spotify.

daniel sabater self-taught to play the guitar at age 6 and to produce at 15. Currently, he plays different instruments, self-produces his songs and directs his video clips. A student of music production and sound engineering at Point Blank Music School in London, his music tries to combine the Latin movement with the most melodic and organic pop, looking for a fresh, catchy and avant-garde sound.

During the entire month of April 2021, he is the confirmed artist of the second edition of RADAR Spain, the Spotify program to support emerging talent in our country. An opportunity to finish consolidating his career that coincides with the launch of his first ep entitled 'tenemos que quedar'.

On the other hand, also during the spring of 2021, he embarks on his first concert tour with three big dates in three big cities. Allowing his audience to enjoy his music live at the LaPlazeta theatre in Valencia, at the Guitar festival in Barcelona or the Reina Victoria's Theater in Madrid.

Tour dates

16-04-2021 Barcelona - Guitar BCN - Sala Apolo +info
08-05-2021 Madrid - Teatro Reina Victoria +info

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