Perdón y Aiko el grupo unen fuerzas en “Tiempo libre”

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Sorry and Aiko the group join forces in “Free Time”

The Murcian trio Sorry releases “Tiempo libre”, the third preview of his imminent debut album, and he does so collaborating with Aiko the Group.

“Tiempo Libre” is the latest preview of the debut album by Sorry, a work in which they reflect on the passage from late adolescence to maturity. In collaboration with Aiko the Grouppresent a hymn to laziness and the enjoyment of the contemplative life: doing nothing is doing something.

The message is launched under a pop sound inspired by the sixties that contrasts with the vocal innocence of its protagonists, nods to bedroom pop and a production that flirts with 8bit. Like Familia either Le Mans They would have grown up with a Nintendo DS under their arm.

Sorry They have been in the music market for a short time. Having just entered his twenties, his life is rapidly approaching a spiral of hyperproductivity and consumption: like good ziennialsfrenetic contemporaneity forces them to see a job opportunity in any hobby.

With pop melodies and lyrics that are as lo-fi as they are sharp, the Murcian trio strikes a balance between protesting and having fun. The song is a co-production between Arthur (vocals and keyboards of the band) and Guille Solanohas been mixed by Sergio Perez and mastered by Alex Ferrer.

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