Humanos was a Portuguese musical project, created in 2004 with the aim of interpreting unpublished songs by the Portuguese singer of the 80s, António Variações.
The band consists of: Camané, David Fonseca, Manuela Azevedo and Hélder Gonçalves dos (Clã), Nuno Rafael, João Cardoso (Bunnyranch) and Sérgio Nascimento. The voices were in charge of Manuela Azevedo, Camané and David Fonseca. The remaining members are linked to musical instruments.
The songs sung by the group are by António Variações and had been delivered by his brother Jaime Ribeiro to David Ferreira, EMI’s administrator, in a crate containing several cassettes and reels that meanwhile ‘had been lost’ for several years when the premises were moved from the company.
Their debut CD Humans was a great success, having been certified platinum.
The group gave some concerts: at Super Bock Super Rock and at Festival Sudoeste. On December 4, 2006, the project was closed with the release of a CD and two DVDs.