Gil Cerezo premieres “Ya fue”

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Gil Cerezo presents his second single with an emotional video filmed in the desert ruins of Nuevo León.

The solo career of Gil Cerezo takes a new turn with the release of the music video for “It was already”, the second single from their anticipated debut album. This song, which was part of the soundtrack of the film What is the fault of Karma?now becomes the center of attention with a visual production that stands out for both its emotionality and its striking aesthetics.

The multifaceted artist describes “It was already” as a song of regret that explores the difficult process of putting aside pride to beg for reconciliation after a breakup. The song features the masterful production of Dan Solo and the mixture of Justin Moshkevich.

The official video, directed by himself Gil Cerezo, takes place in the desert ruins of the Hacienda del Muerto in Mina, Nuevo León. These ruins serve as the backdrop for a visual metaphor that perfectly captures the loneliness and sorrow that emanate from the song’s lyrics.

The song strikes a chord with its narrative of heartbreak, and its emotionality is highlighted by the passionate performance of Gil Cerezo. The video, characterized by its monochromatic blue tone, creates a melancholic atmosphere that merges perfectly with the musical poetry of the song.

“It was already” Not only does it represent a significant step in the solo career of Gil Cerezobut also demonstrates his ability to merge music and cinematography into a complete artistic experience.


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