The Cat Empire presentan “La Gracia” antes de su gira española

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The Cat Empire present “La Gracia” before their Spanish tour

The Australians The Cat Empire They will begin a new and extensive Spanish tour next week, so they couldn’t think of a better time to release their song “La Gracia”, inspired by one of their trips to our country.

The Cat Empire have signed with BMG Australia, the team under which “La Gracia” is already published, a song that arose from the first trip that the band’s trumpeter, the Cuban Lázaro Numa, made to Spain as a member of the group. and which has been composed by him and the group’s vocalist, Felix Riebl. A piece in which bassist Grace Barbe also sings and in which the Melbourne-based flamenco trio collaborates. Kanela Art.

You can already listen to the song on platforms or in this same news, but now let’s go with the tour that they are going to star in our country. The Cat Empire are going to be on July 6 in Madrid (Río Babel Festival, at the Caja Mágica); on the 7th in Murcia (Las Noches del Malecón; sold out); on the 8th in Burjassot (Auditori de Burjassot), on the 10th in Barcelona (Alma Festival, at the Poble Espanyol); on the 11th in Santander (Escenario Santander) and on the 12th in Santiago de Compostela (Sala Capitol).

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