Learn to love yourself with “Mala” by Depression Sonora

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Marcos Crespo’s Vallecano project arrives on the eve of Coachella with its third and final preview “Mala”, single of the new and long-awaited EP, Makinavaja.

“Bad” arrives with eclectic rhythms and anachronistic nostalgia, understanding this generation, that of listeners who have been carrying emotional problems since the pandemic. Covid-19 and what they saw in Sound Depression a breath of air within a mess of feelings.

A situation that many people have experienced. When you are with someone, sometimes we focus so much on pleasing the other person that they become the center of our lives, forgetting about ourselves. “Here I talk about that point when you realize that you have wasted time and it is time to take care of yourself again and be a priority for yourself,” Marcos said in a press release.

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“Bad” It is included in the EP, Makinavajawhich will be available on February 23rd through Boy Sound. If you want to hear it live, Sound Depression will be performing at Coachella on Saturday, April 13 and 20, in Indian California. Within the framework of Bee Week in the Riviera, Madrid on March 22 and in the Live Latineither on Saturday, March 16.


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