New Music: ‘La Eternidad Que Se Perdió’ by Israel’s Idan Raichel feat. Cuba’s Danay Suarez,

By | 15 March, 2019

The Cuban singer Danay Suarez and the Israeli music icon Idan Raichel first met at one of Raichel’s concerts in Miami, Florida, several years ago. Despite different backgrounds, their artistic chemistry was immediate and the two soon began making music together. Danay and Idan have shared the stage numerous times, and Danay even covered one of Idan’s songs on her Latin GRAMMY-nominated album Palabras Manuales.

The music video for their new song, “La Eternidad Que Se Perdió (The Eternity That Was Lost),” was directed by Suarez and filmed in Miami and Havana.

It features vocalists Ernesto Bacallao Serrano and Juan Alfredo Hurtado Valero from the legendary Orquesta Aragón. In a world blinded by politics and ideology, Suarez calls out for change: “Wisdom was not born out of an algorithm or conflict / No religious doctrine or flag can suppress that voice / It rises without borders / It inspires the masses who desire the eternity that was lost.”

Watch the video below.


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