After the remarkable debut in 2015 with the independent "Cara d'Anjo", Luís Severo released his second album in 2017, self-titled, which took him drove him to the top on the national charts and to the most emblematic stages and festivals in Portugal. With only two albums released, he is already one of the consensual names in songwriting of his generation but that's not surprising. From the clash between acoustic and electronic, his lyrics and the imagetic contrasts, Luís Severo moves away from what he has done before and without ever losing what characterizes him, releases his third album, "O Sol Voltou". According to Luís Severo himself, this is the most "personal and confessional album". This record is "more love and less passion, more family and less crowd, more life but also more death".