Daniel Nitsch is not a newcomer to music. From the late nineties, the creative has initiated, launched and produced numerous and extremely diverse projects, fleeing from established standards and making artistic alliances a constant that has allowed him to explore new registers and formats. Now he goes a step further with his new project, Hounah, with which he continues to get to know himself while inviting us to be part of his introspective journey in which there is also room for opinions and personal positions on issues very important of a social and political nature.
Based on reflection and thought, Broken Land, Hounah's upcoming album, does not recreate a utopia or escape from the problems that affect the world today. From his feelings and thoughts to the active debate on the issues that truly concern the population, as opposed to a very widespread phenomenon in which music seems to focus on secondary problems forgetting what really matters, the project is extremely diverse and inspiring. And his singles Fairbanks, in which he invites Swiss singer Lena Schmidt, and Revolution, where he joins forces with rapper A-F-R-O to vindicate critical thinking as the first step towards change, are good examples of this.