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A timeless song that marks a change in its sounds and the arrival of a new member.

A whole year has passed since Go Future presented new music. With the launch of MXVI In 2021, the group from Tijuana took a break and now they are ready to return with their fifth studio album, titled Fire, Guide meand that is where his most recent song comes from, “Nameless”.

After sharing the single “Possession” in October of this year, the interpreters of “Hands” and “Swedish in Africa” have returned with a melody that shows heavier sounds than what their fans are used to. Oriented towards sludge, the Mexican group introduces a new member in this new track.

Luis Aguilar, Miguel Ahuage and LE Ros receive among their lineup Yuna Trippwho vocally leads “Nameless”, a timeless theme that criticizes the control of the narrative through the media, something that is currently more visible than ever in the face of armed conflicts and genocides.

Nameless‘takes the spotlight and shines it on those who, from the darkness, cover up and distort these tragedies, and perhaps it is no surprise that the song feels so significant at this moment,’ he shared. Go Future it’s a statement.

You can now play the new song Go Future on digital platforms and his new album, Fire Guide mewill arrive in early 2024, but the date has yet to be revealed.


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