Delparaiso estrenan "Morfeo sin morfina"

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Delparaiso premieres “Morpheus without morphine”

Delparaiso They release their second video single. With Morpheus without morphine The people of Almeria devour with guitar pinches that enormous cotton candy that heartbreak produces. All snacked in a video clip of 50s neons and pastels and of course, in pink.

Morpheus without Morphine, captures the essence of heartbreak and resilience with a poetic and melodious touch. Now available on all digital platforms, the song has been produced by Maryan Frutos and Raul de Larawith synthesizer arrangements by Omar Martínez.

This indie-rock sounding song is characterized by its electric guitars, which alternate between melodic and distorted. Morpheus without Morphine deeply explores the unfiltered emotions that surface in the darkest moments of a relationship. With lyrics filled with metaphors, she promises to resonate with those who have experienced the storms of love and loss. Verses like ““You throw me in the mud, you kill me from behind, with a point-blank shot.” They encapsulate pain and betrayal, reflecting the singer's personal experiences. Jesus Marti.

The video clip absorbs all that imagery as if it were that strawberry and chocolate smoothie that serves as an antidote to heartbreak, to forget or not, a wonderful afternoon where everything happens by magic.

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