Fritz Kahn and The Miracles Release Enchanting New Song “Enchantment under the Sea”

Enchantment under the sea

Fritz Kahn and The Miracles, an extraordinary musical project hailing from Portugal, have recently unveiled their latest song, “Enchantment under the Sea.” This distinct and captivating project has garnered international recognition, including an honorable mention in the International Songwriting Competition among 15,000 competitors worldwide. The band’s music has also found a home on Smooth FM in Portugal.

Fritz Kahn and The Miracles are known for their melodious and melancholic sounds, drawing inspiration from genres such as Gospel, Soul, Folk, and Jazz. Their music weaves captivating stories, creating a cinematic aesthetic that feels as if it could serve as the soundtrack to life itself.

At its core, Fritz Kahn and The Miracles is the brainchild of Gonçalo Serras, a talented composer born in 1976. The project’s inception dates back to 2003, and over the years, it has evolved through various forms, accumulating a rich history spanning 25 years. Presently, the project enjoys the collaboration of Tiago Machado, a producer, arranger, and pianist, who contributes his expertise to the musical journey.

“Enchantment under the Sea” is a testament to the band’s ability to create enchanting melodies that transport listeners to another world. With their unique blend of musical genres and lyrical depth, Fritz Kahn and The Miracles create an immersive and captivating experience for their audience.

The band’s commitment to crafting music that resonates on a deep emotional level is evident in each composition. Their dedication to their craft has earned them recognition and a devoted following. With their distinct sound and cinematic approach, Fritz Kahn and The Miracles continue to push boundaries and captivate audiences with their artistry.

Osafo Daniel
Osafo is the Co-Founder of Gospel Chapter. Beyond his editorial role he does PR, Digital Marketing, Web Development and SEO

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