Peces Raros presentan “Artificial” antes de visitar el Sonorama

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Rare Fish present “Artificial” before visiting Sonorama

The Argentines Lucio Consolo and Marco Vierabetter known artistically as Rare Fishwill return to our country in August to perform at Sonorama. To make the wait more bearable, you can now listen to their new single, “Artificial”, from which they also released a video clip.

Although “Artificial” is no exception when it comes to new material from Peces Raros. In fact, it is the third preview (after “Óxido” and “Desaparecer”) of what will be their next studio work. And once again, the band combines their ability to create electronic songs with their pop side, which usually fit perfectly. This will be the main piece of their next work, which will be titled “Artificial”like the song itself.

This upcoming visit to Sonorama will not be their first to our country, as they have visited us on several occasions, attracting the attention of the media and an increasing number of audiences. On their latest tour, they have visited cities such as Bogotá, Santiago de Chile, Quito and Lima, where they also sold out. In Argentina, they performed with two consecutive nights full in Rosario, Córdoba and San Luis.

Rare Fish began its 2024 with the premiere of “LIVE WORKS”an EP that includes “Fabulaciones”, “En Efecto” and “No van a parar”. At the moment, the group is performing in Argentina and will later stop by Uruguay. From then on, Peces Raros will jump back to Europe to perform in Berlin, Dublin and London, until they reach their participation in the festival Sonorama (9 August, Aranda de Duero)where they will meet again with the Spanish public who have been boarding their ship thanks to previous visits.

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