Listen to “Algo Más”, the new release from Perrosky

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A reinvented anthem that evokes nostalgia in pure Perrosky style.

Chile is a beautiful country, with a vast territorial extension, full of magical places and home to Dogsky, a band composed of brothers Alvaro and Alejandro Gomez who, since 2001, have captivated us with their blues and rock. Today they are releasing their first song of 2024 where in just 2 minutes they come to give us a dose of rock from the 50s and 60s.

The topic we are talking about is called “Anything else” and it is the first preview of his next album. This is a version that the band did “Somethin’ Else” popular song performed by Eddie Cochran.

One of my guitar heroes who left us a valuable legacy of rock and roll,” says Alejandro in a press release.

With the release of the song also, they gave us the official video. In this we can see the group in shades of black and white in an environment vintagewith saturated lights and the dance of Marcela Velasquez. This visual delight was provided by Drago Ljubetic and made by the producer Amalgam Lab.

Amalgama gave it a touch of that dirt and sloppiness that we like so much and that contrasts perfectly with the sharpness of today’s image,” Alejandro comments in a press release.

This is a band that you should have on your radar since they are close to releasing the album, Two ways. While that happens, run and listen “Anything else” on the platform of your choice and let yourself be carried away by nostalgia vintage of Dogsky.


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