From Shadow To Light: The Luminous Journey Of Leandro’s “Estrela”

From Shadow To Light: The Luminous Journey Of Leandro’s “Estrela”

In the cosmos of contemporary music, stars that shimmer with authenticity are rare finds. Leandro Cury , with his new single “Estrela,” not only emerges as one of these celestial bodies but illuminates a path from the daunting shadows of solitude to the radiant light of love. But make no mistake, the trajectory is not linear, nor is it steeped in transitions. It is an existence, a living embodiment of profound connection that dismisses transitions and embraces the eternal now. 

Contrary to a typical narrative arc, “Estrela” doesn’t offer a transition; it offers a state of being where love isn’t a distant star but a sun that illuminates every corner of existence. Inspired by personal experiences, the song envelops listeners in a state where love is not a refuge but an omnipresent force, casting no shadows, demanding no change, and seeking no future. It is in the here and now, where love’s gravity pulls everything into its warm, radiant embrace. 

In 2005, when Leandro first penned the song, love was a sanctuary sought in another. A decade and a half of introspection and evolution has metamorphosed this perception. Now, love is not found but realized; it is not a pursuit but an awakening. In “Estrela,” love is an inherent completeness, a realization that we are, individually, a universe of stars – whole and luminous. 

Leandro’s musical narrative, however, isn’t isolated from the world. The emotional richness of “Estrela” is a testament to the artist’s engagement with iconic musicians who illustrated that music is a soul’s dialogue, an unuttered language of feelings, and a cosmos where stars are emotions shining bright amidst the infinite dark. 

In anticipation of Leandro’s forthcoming EP, “Counting Constellations,” “Estrela” stands as a harbinger of a musical odyssey where emotions are stars – each song a constellation telling tales of love, loss, hope, and the ethereal beauty of existence.

Listen to “Estrela” here: