Daniel Sabater reveals his soul in “I don’t want to hit myself”

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The singer and songwriter bares his emotions in an autobiographical EP that promises to move.

Daniel Sabaterthe talented singer and songwriter, surprises his fans with the release of his most intimate EP to date, titled I don’t want to hit myself. This project, scheduled to see the light on January 26, 2024 through Sony Musicis revealed as an autobiographical mosaic that delves into the personal experiences of the artist’s last year.

It’s the first time I’ve written something that makes me want to cry when I hear it… I’m talking about that shitty year, the fears, the shortcomings, the worries, the times I gave up, the times I didn’t go. enough,” he shared Sabater in social networks.

This honesty translates into her new song of the same name, “I don’t want to hit myself”which combines a calm initial rhythm with increasing intensity, immersing the listener in the artist’s personal narrative.

In a letter addressed to his followers, Sabater reveals the soul of this project:

“I didn’t want to get intense and whine, but it turns out you can do everything at once.”

With the release of the song “I don’t want to hit myself” We can get an idea of ​​the vibe the EP will have. Daniel Sabater invites his fans to enter his most personal world, demonstrating that music can be a powerful vehicle to share the complexities of life.


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