Pipiolas se lanzan a la gran pantalla con el corto “Crying Mañana”

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Pipiolas launch themselves onto the big screen with the short “Crying Mañana”

Pipiolas launch themselves onto the big screen with the short “Crying Mañana”

The Madrid-Canarian duo Pipiolas seems not to be limited to a single field and they launch themselves into the cinema with a short film, “Crying Tomorrow”from which a soundtrack created by themselves also emerges.

The Pipiolas duo continues to rise and climb towards what we call success, and that is why not even music is enough for them to reach their zenith. The duo surprises again and does so by navigating another art, cinema. They release a short film, “Crying Tomorrow”in which they star alongside Luis Heras, Abelo Valis and Nicole Wallace and that uses nods to the industry, with many doses of humor and drama that come together with grace and self-confidence.

In addition, two singles emerge from the short film, “No soy un icing on the cake for a project that takes the band to other levels in their career.

On the other hand, Pipiolas They anticipate a new album, of which both mentioned singles are included. For this reason, the band will present the new material at the Sala Paqui of the Inverfest 2024, which will take place in Madrid next February 9. Tickets are now available and can be purchased here.

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