Having created a unique connection with their audience, who have found in their sound a restorative balm that helped them in difficult times like the global pandemic and lockdown, Sparrow & Barbossa now proudly announce the release of their sophomore album, Réciprocité, which dropped worldwide via Sony Latin imprint Orianna a few days ago. The 14-track album showcases Sparrow & Barbossa’s vast range and musical maturity, featuring collaborations on twelve of the last release’s tracks, achieving a mix of sounds with a very defined and balanced sound identity.
With appearances from artists based in Spain, Cuba, Turkey, Rwanda, and beyond, the release of Réciprocité follows three single drops from the album earlier this year, including Condenao with Spanish salsero vocalist and producer G. Zamora, Bien Buena with Cuban vocalist Eribertho Cruz, Vagabundo with flamenco vocalist and guitarist Chico Castillo (known as The Gypsy), along with the release of After Saturday Night.

Many artists were looking forward to collaborating on the Madrid-based Afro house production duo's new project, from the performances inspired by singer Maria de Moraes, who is the daughter of Brazilian bossa nova legend Vinicius de Moraes and Lion King musical singer Phindile Ndlovu, to flamenco singer Osaba, Elektrofon, Turkish pop singer Kaan Akalin, Kenyan Afro house singer-songwriter and performer Idd Aziz, Zimbabwean singer Vuyo Brown, and Turkish flautist Eyüpcan Açıkpazu.

“We travel and gather so much energy from people. When they listen to our music and come to events it gives us energy, and we wanted to take that energy and transmit it back through the album,” says Bryan (Sparrow), while explaining that this is his most sincere way of thanking the support of their fans. Having launched their album in Ibiza last weekend, this new project has already received great feedback from their loyal audience.