Celebrate International Masturbation Day with Casero

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Celebrate International Masturbation Day with Casero

Today is International Masturbation Day and we celebrate it with Casero. The Madrid author that we met with works like 'Everything wrong' and 'I realize', premieres her hymn to it at JENESAISPOP.

The artist thus presents us with the first preview of her third album. The song is called 'More fun' and represents a turn towards “confessional indie rock.” The song also serves as a theme for the sexuality podcast “Platanomelón.” 'Funniest' is our Song of the Day today.

If we met Casero in the days when she collaborated with Russian Red, this song shows her as “horny” as Lourdes Hernández is looking in her last stage. She says in the lyrics of this song that “masturbating is so much more fun / since I think about what I'm going to do with you.” Officially the song is inspired by the first days of a relationship, but at a time when you can't be with that person.

Thus, phrases such as “I want to sleep but the desire won't let me” stand out, “I want to have you behind me and everywhere” and “above all I don't want to fall in love.” The climax of the song, marked by guitars influenced by the legacy of legends like the Breeders or more recent projects like Soccer Mommy, is the cry of “I don't care about them all.” The production was carried out by Bearoid and Casero herself.

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