“*42” by SEXES is a musical journey to the duality of existence

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The Mexican duet fuses pop, new wave and post punk in their latest single, inspired by Douglas Adams’ masterpiece.

The search for the meaning of life becomes a sonic journey with the latest single from SEXES, “*42”. Inspired by the genius of Douglas Adams and his work The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the duet offers a unique fusion of pop, new wave and post-punk that celebrates and confronts the everyday mysteries of existence.

In “*42”, SEXES demonstrates his distinctive ability to weave elements of art and popular culture into his music. Recorded, produced and mastered by Grill in Rat Boy Studythe song is accompanied by a lyric video featuring photography by Ricardo Castes and the art of Super friendly.

Emotional duality is the central theme of the lyrics, exploring the intersection between sadness and joy. The song also addresses the constant search for love and validation, reflecting on the nature of life.

With literary and poetic references, the lyrics of “*42” becomes a deep meditation on the duality of life, emotional experiences and the search for meaning. On this musical journey, SEXES continues to establish itself as one of the most outstanding proposals, offering exceptional productions and an undeniable ability to create pop songs.


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