Fármacos is premiering with “Que Never Stop”

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The new preview of their new album is going to make us all dance to a catchy rhythm.

Drugs It is the Chilean’s solo project Diego Ridolfi who has been living in Mexico City for more than a year and is about to release an album next year. On this occasion she has surprised us with “May it Never Stop”, a single that will emerge from the album and that has everything to make us dance from the first time you listen to it.

And this is a song somewhat different from what Drugs had previously given us, topics such as “Smell like you” either “Our Hell” they make us calmer and more relaxed while “May it Never Stop” will do just the opposite, and this continues to explore the theme of sensuality present in previous songs, but on this occasion, Drugs introduces new nuances, making it the most danceable option in the repertoire.

This song was chosen as the third single because it is one of the songs that will help decipher what my new album will be, it is part of a variety that delivers the most energetic and electronic side of what is to come,” says Ridolfi in a statement. press

This release joins a long list of successes that the Chilean has achieved throughout the year, with presentations in various parts of Mexico culminating with a Lunario of the National Auditoriumand in various parts of Latin America in legendary places such as the blondie in Chile and closing the tour in Lima Peru.

We look forward to a future presentation of Drugs in our country to be able to dance to the rhythm of the song, but while that happens, run to listen to it because you can’t miss it for anything.


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