Alavedra se acercan al rock clásico en “No me devuelvas la palabra”

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Alavedra approach classic rock in “Don't give me the word back”

The Catalan band Alavedra returns with a new single and with a stylistic turn for this specific song. “Don't give me the word back” is a song in which the quartet approaches rock'n'roll with a seventies spirit.

Among their references to shape “Don't give me back the word”, Alavedra cites The Rolling Stones either Dandy Warhols, although that does not mean at all that they have parked their usual sound. Recorded in the studios of Paco Loco in El Puerto de Santa María, “Don't give me back the word” joins the group's recent songs like “Feliz a la Fuerza”, “Chamartín” or “Personality”.

The group in which musicians from projects such as Bearoid, Dan Peralbo and the Comboi either Pantocrator, continues towards their next album combining pop, rock, indie, garage and lyrics in which they always know how to sharpen very different themes. And, as they say, after playing at festivals like the Primavera Sound or the Cinnamon Party new challenges are posed, such as playing in the Vatican Square, making the Gimnàstic de Tarragona anthem or collaborating with Danny Ocean. While they achieve this, we will listen to each and every one of their new songs.

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