Dani Rovira’s message of support to Pau Donés: «I can’t help but get excited»

After his return to the media center with a video of confinement recorded on the balcony of his house, Pau Donés has
officially returned to the record holder with the premiere of “Esto que tú me das”, a preview of the new Jarabe de Palo album that will be released in September under the title “Tragas o escupes”.


A return that will be very special for both the group and its followers. Recall that Pau Donés made public that he had colon cancer on September 1, 2015. He suspended all concerts and on April 5 of the following year announced on his Twitter account that he had overcome the disease. However, a few months later he suffered a relapse that finally forced him to leave the music in October 2018. But at the beginning of this past April, Pau surprised announcing his return: «I am coming back because music has returned to my head again , to meet my people and stay here forever, because stepping on stage is the only thing I think about and to do what I have always wanted to do ».

“With being alive everything is worth it, even the fight against fear,” he said in his last interview with ABC last December. Cancer is now dangerous, and sometimes deadly. But in a few years it will not be one thing or the other, it will be like the flu, “said the artist. “Great progress is being made thanks to research. And research costs money. That is why I will continue to contribute my grain of sand ».

There have been many messages of support for the artist, but a slightly more special one was from Dani Rovira. «Last night I listened and saw the video clip of the latest by Pau Donés. I can’t stop listening to it over and over again and inevitably get excited », he begins saying in reference to the song dedicated to the singer’s daughter, with whom he wants to enjoy to the fullest. «I want to live on that rooftop, singing, dancing, celebrating life, giving thanks and toasting for all the good we have. Now that, in a way, I can know the color of the glass that Pau is looking through, I am experiencing connections that I previously overlooked ».

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Last night I listened and saw the video clip of the latest by Pau Donés. I can’t stop listening to it over and over and inevitably get excited. I want to live on that rooftop, singing, dancing, celebrating life, giving thanks and toasting for all the good we have. Now that, in a way, I can know the color of the glass that Pau is looking through, I am experiencing connections that I previously overlooked. For me, this video clip could be a summary of what I understand by understanding life. In an age where hatred, noise and selfishness seem to be gaining focus and prominence, we must bet on the opposite. The real battle against this is not in lowering ourselves to that height and countering hate with hate, lowness with lowness. The battle consists of keeping what is good, transforming from the facts, from joy and gratitude. Thanks to all of you who make my life a more appealing place. Thanks to all of you who, with your love, make me happy. And that life deserves joy. Thanks Pau for the excitement. Thanks for the lesson. We come for four days … let’s think carefully about how we are going to invest it. Thank you all for everything you give me, which is much more than I ask.

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And he ends by saying: «For me, this video clip could be a summary of what I understand by understanding life. In an age where hatred, noise and selfishness seem to be gaining focus and prominence, we must bet on the opposite. The battle consists of keeping what is good, transforming from the facts, from joy and gratitude. Thanks to all of you who make my life a more appealing place. Thanks to all of you who, with your love, make me happy. And that life deserves joy. Thanks Pau for the excitement. Thanks for the lesson. We come for four days … let’s think carefully about how we are going to invest it. Thank you all for everything you give me, which is much more than what I ask for ». .

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