Born in Alghero (Sardinia), on January 16th, 1983, he is formed in the artistic and cultural environments between Alghero, Turin, and Madrid. He enrols at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy in the capital of Piedmont, where he founds the "Esthesis", with a successful experience in composition and concert performances that ends in 2006. Later, settling in the Iberian land, his painting activity predominates, and his exhibitions become numerous in Alicante, Madrid, Illescas and Ciudad Real, with excellent appreciation from the critique. Meanwhile he continues to exhibit and write; in 2011 he published "C'eran los Suelgius", a literary work written in three languages. In September of the same year, he wins the Pino Piras Prize for his new song in Algherese language. In 2013 he publishes "Cabudianas", with the publishing house Nemapress and, in 2014, he wins the Sari Prize for his poem "Tori" and the Italia Mia Prize, narrative section, for the story "Il Ritorno" (The Return). In the same year his novel "Baddes" goes on sale in bookshops and in 2015 he publishes a collection of poems entitled "Hablando con Castilla" ("Talking to Castile"). In October 2015 he becomes a finalist for the "ANDREA PARODI AWARD", of great national importance, where he wins the prize for best text and best music, with the song "Sant'Eulalia". In 2017 he publishes the box set "Poetica" for Ediciones Abba and S'Ard music and the album "El Poeta" for S'Ard music and Egea. In 2018 he becomes a finalist at Sanremo Rock in the “City of Flowers” (the name to which Sanremo is usually referred to as) and subsequently wins the Mario Cervo record award, for the best Sardinian album of 2017. In November 2018 he comes back with the single "Leaves of the Sea", wins the competition "Voci di Maggio Giovani" (Young Voices of May) and becomes protagonist of "Barnasants", a highly prestigious event, after opening the concerts of Daniele Silvestri, Bandabardó and Modena City Ramblers. Finally, he publishes "Costa Oest a Llevant", an album in Algherese language, primarily intended for Catalan population.
A record of songs and poetry. A journey through the images and visions of a sensitive and original author. Eleven compositions, rigorously recorded live, dedicated to the soul, the city, the countryside, the sea and the wind of Alghero. A new vision of “made in Sardinia” music imbued with west coast inspirations and embellished by Marcello Peghine’s arrangements of Silvano Lobina (only for the track “Le Rose”). Painter, poet and songwriter: Davide Casu is an all-round artist. Born in Alghero on 16 January 1983, he trained in the artistic and cultural circles of the cities of Alghero, Turin and Madrid. He enrolled in the faculty of letters and philosophy of the Piedmontese capital, where he founded the “ésthesis”, with a happy compositional and concert experience that ended in 2006. Author of various literary works and protagonist of numerous pictorial exhibitions in Iberian land between 2006 and in 2010, at the Parodi Prize, in 2015, he surprised the public and jurors with the song “Sant’Eulalia”, a song written in Catalan, winning two prizes for best text and best music.