Los Aptos shares “You Say You Miss Me”

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The Mexican-American group celebrates its inclusion in Pandora’s list of Latin Artists to Watch in 2024.

Closing an exceptional year, The Aptsthe acclaimed Mexican-American group, presents “You say you miss me”a single that marks the closing of a successful 2023.

Written by Juan Ortegafounder and composer of the group, “You say you miss me”, the song reflects a common theme in tumbado-pop, focusing on complicated and toxic relationships. It expresses the contradiction between words and actions, highlighting the other’s apparent happiness despite claims of missing. The instrumental bridge suggests an emotional pause and then reveals distrust and reluctance to believe in empty words of love. The song also addresses the toxicity of the relationship and suggests the need to separate.

2023 has been a year of milestones for The Aptssince the release of their acclaimed album “Decipher” in June to its notable presence at renowned festivals such as Lollapalooza in Chicago, the Arre Festival in Mexico City and Viva Pomona Festival in Los Angeles. Furthermore, its inclusion in the list of Pandora Latin Artists to Follow consolidates them as a rising force in the music scene.

With “You say you miss me”, The Apts closes this musical chapter, preparing for an even more exciting 2024. The song, with its Mexican references and vibrant instrumental, embodies the essence of the trio and resonates with the continued success they are destined to experience in the coming year.


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