Hailing from the deserts of Phoenix, Arizona, and having spent part of his childhood in the deep South, David Burnett has emerged as a captivating new voice in modern folk. Having relocated to Spain some 13 years ago, Burnett draws on his experience as an American living far from his homeland to write songs that resonate strongly with themes of longing and not belonging. Praised for his poignant songwriting and intricate fingerpicked guitar, Burnett has been likened to legends such as James Taylor, Nick Drake, and Paul Simon. His music effortlessly weaves together the rich tapestry of American roots genres, blending elements of jazz, country, blues, and traditional fiddle music. The result is a sound that is both timeless and distinct. In 2018, Burnett released his EP, "Before the War," an intimate and introspective collection of five songs that he recorded in his apartment over the course of a year. The EP introduced his trademark brand of melancholic lyrics and melodies, and paved the way for his full-length debut, "Picture Palace," which arrived in 2022. This album, a true testament to Burnett's immense talent, was enthusiastically received by Spanish media. However, it is on the stage where David Burnett shines brightest. Accompanied by violist Isabel Juárez, his live performances are nothing short of captivating. Burnett's soulful voice and expert guitar work intertwine with Juárez's resonant, warm viola to create dynamic soundscapes that leave audiences mesmerized.