Gibrana Cervantes releases video for “Moving Through Our Waters”

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When music merges between waves and nature.

Gibrana Cervantes is touring Europe promoting his most recent EP, How Do We Spend Eternity?, which will take to the cities of Köln, Berlin, and soon to Mexican territories such as Mexico City and Xalapa. Veracruz will not only host the closing of his tour, but it was also his greatest inspiration to create the song “Moving Through Our Waters”.

Appearing as the second track of her new musical material, the artist from Chilpancingo takes up the sadness that is found between water and its movement, with the current of the Pixquiac River being the epicenter for the composition of the melody and that place of refuge where the violinist went to meditate and contemplate nature.

Achieving a fusion between the notes of her instrument and the different sound manifestations of the water, the artist from Guerrero shares a video clip in which the waves are contemplated and a performance of her with a violin, of which we do not see beyond its silhouette in a dark atmosphere .

Moving Through Our Waters” is now available on digital platforms. We remind you that Gibrana Cervantes will have a round of presentations in the Mexican capital, in addition to reaching 316center in company of Mabe Fratti next December 8th. Play it How Do We Spend Eternity?!


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