Cristina Len shares “AI, Morena”

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The last single before their long-awaited album is here.

The Spanish singer-songwriter, Cristina Len, He is just about to release his first album, TMLM (Everything But Death), via Cycling Records. In this material he found a safe haven where he could express and capture ideas that, otherwise, would be difficult or impossible to do so.

From this album comes “Oh, Morena.”a topic in which Christina It talks about secret romances over an antithetical instrumental that sounds like prayer and sin at the same time, but it also talks about mysteries and hidden passions.

The nights in Empty Spain are for lovers, furtive loves: get dark, if we are going to see each other. The key point so that no one knows is to dress in black, go in the dark and not open your mouth even to tell your close friend; What you don’t want them to know, don’t tell it, because in the towns everything is known and the walls watch,” Cristina Len expressed in a press release.

The song has mystical and striking lyrics, which shines due to the excellent production work of BRONCHUS. Here, Christina It takes us to dimensions beyond what we are used to through distorted synths and a mantra-like soundscape that abducts you throughout the song.

Give a chance not only to this topic, but to all the work that Cristina Len has shared with us so far. We are looking forward to the album.


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