Leon Bridges is a big name in new soul music. The North American musician’s work has not stopped evolving and surprising since his debut album, Coming Home, came out in 2015. A few things haven’t changed, though: his soft, charming voice, the courage to sing from the heart and a highly collaborative spirit – he’s shared the studio with Diplo, Lucky Daye, Kacey Musgraves, Noah Cyrus, John Mayer, Shawn Mendes, Anderson. Paak, Terrace Martin and The Avalanches, to name a few. Following his auspicious start with Coming Home, he released his second album, Good Thing, in 2018, evidencing once again that he was in great shape with songs like “Bet Ain't Worth the Hand", "Bad Bad News" and "Beyond". In his most recent work, Gold-Diggers Sound, the audience is invited to step into a place where R&B, jazz, soul, afrobeat and more coexist in harmony. This is quite a personal project where Bridges’ voice takes centre stage. This artist’s forward-looking music originates from a vast soul and R&B tradition. Songs like "Sweeter" and "Motorbike” will be eagerly anticipated by a Portuguese audience at the next edition of Super Bock Super Rock.