Bigott premieres “Painting Colors”

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“Just do what you like and don’t stop doing it.”

“Painting Colors” marks the beginning of a new stage in the consolidated band Bigott, a piece that will be part of their new album, which we do not yet have the name of, but will be revealed in the middle of the year. Post punk energy and dynamism for an impeccable song that in just a minute and a half captures us with its reflection of a world in chaos: everything is going to shit, but there is hope if you find what you came here to do.

This single has been produced by Izak Aridabassist of the group The Memories, American musician and producer who has worked with the band on numerous occasions. In the video clip of “Painting Colors” you will be able to enjoy the talent of Clarion, bassist of the group, who was in charge of the animation; using more than 1,500 pencil-drawn illustrations, reflecting the isolation of a sleeping world that, far from overwhelming the protagonist, travels through it like a carousel that continues to set in motion.

Bigott is a quartet made up of Cristian Barros (keyboards and guitar), Juan Gracia (battery) and Clarion (choirs and bass); a discordant note of color in the musical panorama, inside and outside the industry at the same time, a timeless character who lives his talent with the intensity of the present moment and with the experience that is only achieved through constant work; Just follow one guideline: “Just do what you like and don’t stop doing it.”

Don’t stop following Bigott on social networks, so you don’t miss any details about this band. We leave you with the energy of punk. Press play!


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