“Explosivos”, the new single from Terremoto del 85

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If you don’t know if it’s the red or blue wire in this game called love, “Explosives” is for you.

The Chilean group, 85 earthquakeshows us his new single “Explosives”, track that arrives with a dreamy atmosphere with soft sounds that navigate between bedroom pop and alternative rock

With sweet lyrics that talk about taking advantage of times of happiness within the fleeting nature of love relationships, “Explosives”is a key piece to add extra seconds before the device explodes.

“Neither you nor I know how to disarm the explosives we are about to plant.”sings Andrés J. Barquín.

This single was produced by the same group, and is the first song performed by all five members of the band: Andrés J. Barquín (guitar and vocals), Vito Escobedo (low), Cata Escobedo (battery), Nico Pozo (guitar) and Joaco Rodríguez (keyboard). It was recorded in Inmontauk Studio by Ismael Palma and in Bragi Studio by the bassist and the vocalist of the band. mixed in Inmontauk Studio by Ismael Palma and mastered by Francisco Holzmann in Holz Masters.

Listen “Explosives” of 85 earthquakeright now.

Stay tuned for Indie Rocks! for more news about this excellent band and don’t forget to follow their social networks @Terremotodel85.


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