Listen to “Todo Lo Que Esta Roto”, the new single by Abel Ibáñez G.

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“…I want to fix everything, everything we did wrong…”.

More than one of us has a pending issue or a situation that left us broken, with the feeling that we could have done more, however it seems that Abel Ibáñez G. He is very aware of our needs because each song he releases hits the exact point of reflection, going from being a song to a hug for the soul.

“Everything That Is Broken” is the name of the new single Abela song that speaks of the desire to heal, forgive and build a better world.

Under the sensitivity and talent of Abelthis song was produced, recorded and mixed in the studios Yap Yap in Pottsville, Australia, by the musician, producer and engineer Luke Bertozwho has worked with bands like Art vs. Science, Lime Cordiale, Sticky Fingersamong other.

In 2023, Abel He toured Australia and Mexico with acoustic arrangements of his songs. In CDMX she appeared at the Indie Rocks Forum next to Madame Recamier and Poppyin Guadalajara he presented himself with Roses and Sensational Belafonteand in Monterrey with Little girl and Oak Sun.

We suggest you keep an eye on the social networks of Abel Ibáñez G.since he intends to return to Mexico this 2024 in the company of his full band to present his first songs and new material. “Everything That Is Broken”is now available on all digital platforms, so, Press play!

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