The Murcian artist Hoonine reviews his biography with keyboards and electronic pop in his new single, “Velocity Crucero”, a crossroads about relationships
The French spoke of an interval of hours in which lovers meet and beer mugs are emptied. This strip, called “the fifth september”, occupies a tiny space of freedom in the routine where joy or nostalgia take center stage and can change the entire nature of a day, a week or more. With their new single, “Cruising Velocity,” Hoonine aims its shots at that target.
The new song is also accompanied by a video clip where everyday topics and the little bug of uncertainty devour the artist between tedious elevators, sofas and aimless parties, emphasizing the anxiety that is the past being omnipresent. . Referring then to groups such as The 1975, Maggie Rogers either Haimthe single from the flag bearer of the do it yourself Murcia advocates the ironic and casualness of pop melodies to give away a song about letting go, finding yourself again and finally assuming that everything is already over.
The song, on the other hand, continues to open the narrative path that the artist left in the wake of her first album, “RED ROCK” (Son Buenos, 22), produced and composed by herself and marked by an air of experimentation that flows between electronica, downtempo, R&B and minimalist pop.