Parquesvr apuestan por la rumba rock en “The Last Of Us”

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Parquesvr bet on rumba rock in “The Last Of Us”

Madrileños Parksvr They never cease to surprise with their registry changes topic by topic. Now they present “The Last Of Us”, a song that is committed to rumba rock and that tells us about the “deepest heartbreak.”

Heartbreak, yes, but also that irony and sarcasm that the group’s songs always hide. We are used to that, as we are also used to their changes of register in each of their songs. Now they sing about heartbreak, about the loss of love, with references to loneliness and the existential emptiness that the characters of the successful series that gives the song its title also suffer. But they do it to the rhythm of rumba rock, something that establishes points in common with artists like “Los Rodríguez, Caligari Cabinet or Los Coyotes“. And the truth is that there is some of that, if not a lot, in this new single.

“The Last Of Us” joins the latest songs that the group has been presenting recently such as “Alfredo’s”, “El Faro de Occidente” or “Que arda Madriz”. These pieces and many others will be heard in their performances at festivals such as Low, Bereziak de Bilbao BBK Live, Silfest or Gambeat Weekend, as well as later and already with the album on the street in their shows in venues. For now they have announced that you will be able to see them at the Madrid venue Ochoymedio on Friday, November 15th.

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