Marieva Davila launches a reflection about the Venezuelan situation with subversivos
June 19, 2017
June 19th 2017 – The Venezuelan piano player, singer and music writer Marieva Davila, releases the song “Subversivos” (Subversives)
A reflection about the times we’re currently going
through, a call to rescue society through love and respect.
The Venezuelan piano player, singer and music writer
MARIEVA DAVILA presents the song
a reflection about the times we’re currently living, a call for love and
respect. This song is included in her new album “Travesia”- Canciones de Latinoamérica” (Journey, Songs from Latin
America), the second Marieva’s album produced with her sister Prisca Davila who
is also a piano-player, singer and music writer.
Marieva highlights, “The situation in my country,
Venezuela, is highly complex and by these times needs, more than ever, the
contribution from young people and artists to go on. This situation inspired me
for writing the song called “Subversivos”
where I talk about the loss of values in the society, about how injustices have
become part of the every day’s life… Subversive are the expressions of love,
in corrupt societies, where jackrabbits run over the sea and fishes over the
streets, in a concrete world, but they move with haste, and the dreams are
expecting you’ll stop supporting injustice… This is the chorus of the song,
where I want to express the importance we artists must give to such topics, so
that we can become bridges for reaching a meeting of minds and reconstructing
The album “Travesia” includes new songs written by the Davila sisters as well as selected songs deemed iconic by several American countries. All of them framed within the music language characterizing them, a fusion of jazz, flamenco, Venezuelan and classical music. Now in this album she’s also adding other music genres such as pop, rock, bolero, ballad, Latin jazz, tango, and Bossa nova.