“Más divertido”, primer adelanto del nuevo disco de Casero

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“More fun”, first preview of Casero's new album

The Madrid artist Home approaches indie rock and anticipates his third album with “Másfun”, a preview single that will also be the theme song for the new podcast of Platanomelon about sexuality.

Home releases “Másfun”, the first preview of what will be their third album, a turn towards confessional indie rock. The song describes the first days of a relationship explained through desire and play, recovering the erotic heritage for the guitars with a sound that brings it closer to bands like The Breeders either Soccer Mommy.

Produced by Bearoid and the artist herself, this new track represents an evolution in the style to which Home We were used to it, but without leaving behind the themes and intimate lyrics. According to the artist herself, this is the style she has always wanted to do, but until now she had not “finished wearing it.”

In this way, the Madrid-born author gives her songs an eclectic individuality. In the first preview of her new album she flaunts a new sound but, even so, she maintains the essence in her clean melodies and her direct choruses. The song will also be the tune of Platanomelón's new podcast called “En la cama con” presented by Jonan Wiergo.

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