Babasónico premieres “Tajada”

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After his successful album Trench this one arrives single to inaugurate a new stage in the group.

Babasonics surprises his fans with a new single called “Chop”, available on all platforms streamingto close a year of success but also as the opening of the new stage that the group promises to bring.

This song comes after their world tour that took them to Europe, the United States and Latin America, marking a new stage after the celebrated and successful album, Trench.

“Its sound is so innovative that it cannot be described in words, you have to listen to it,” they say in a press release that presents the song.

Following the halo of mystery and uncertainty with which the group has been handling itself in recent times, the announcement of the premiere of the song was presented with a trailer published on social networks where you can see the lyrics of the song’s name appear one to one at what appears to be a crime scene.

To later share on November 30 the premiere of the song with a video clip designed and made by the filmmaker Juan Cabralwith a theme that describes the surplus of what was the reconstruction of a relationship, and its parts, the lack of air, the limits of the body, the origin of madness, and the over-analysis of what happened leading to the psychotic. Babasonics It is presented with a clearly different and impressive work unlike previous releases.

The cover art in turn is a work of the renowned plastic artist Matías Duville.


The premiere of this song takes place a few days before his show at the Argentine Polo Fieldthe most ambitious concert of the career of Babasonicswhich will feature a dazzling new staging by Sergio Lacroix renowned architect, set designer, and illuminator, creator of the staging connected and Sunset Strip.


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