Yo Diablo reivindican el gipsy rock de los setenta en “Besos”

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Yo Diablo vindicates the gypsy rock of the seventies in “Besos”

The Valencians I Devil they claim the sound of gypsy rock of the seventies in their new single, “Besos”, a song through which the spirit of The Grecas and The Amaya.

According to Yo Diablo themselves, “Kisses” is a song that was composed to be “sung with hairspray and in eggshell pants. El Fary, Manolo Escobar and ABBA They hold hands in an ode of pure unleashed love inspired by Spanish songs from the seventies. The verses are contained but the ending aspires to a Eurovision gala with glitter and other fantasies. This song talks about the incredible feeling it is to kiss the person you love. And there is no better life experience in this world, right? This is what happens when your references are The Amaya, Las Grecas and Curro Jimenez“.

And if that was their goal, it is clear that they have achieved it, because that is the aroma that the song breathes and the spirit that the video clip that accompanies the song exudes. A video clip that has been directed by Borja Vizcaínowith assembly of Pablo Maison and Borja Vizcaínoand with Pablo Maison and José Manuel Herrero like cameras. A clip that reminds us of those films from the seventies full of tacky filters, smoke, crazy zooms and the artists' looks at the cameras.

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