Caifanes premieres “Inés”

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The band’s classic sound and a great story.

Caiphanes It is released after a year of absence, “Agnes” It’s their new song and it’s now available along with its music video, are you going to miss it? Know the details.

After the premiere of “It’s only you”fans of the Mexican band expected more new music and, after a while, they released “Agnes”. This song returns to the sound that characterizes Caiphanes: the guitars and bass of rock, fused with the nuances of cumbia and the saxophone.

“Agnes”tells the story of the woman with whom he shares a name, the band notices her absence at concerts and looks for the reason: something has taken Agnes that has driven her crazy. The woman can talk to the angels or to the wall, which is why she is now in a psychiatric hospital. The important thing is in the band’s message: it is not Inés’ fault.

The song was composed by Saul Hernandez and share credits with Diego Herrera and Alfonso Andre. Their music video was shot entirely on iPhone, directed by Alexander Magellan and encouraged by Manuel Baezin it they mix animations with clips from a show Caiphanes in September of this year. This is the first video clip that the band has released in three decades, so it is not to be missed. Listen “Agnes”:


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