Los Blenders premieres “Unos Besos” just in time for Valentine’s Day

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On the way to their new album, Los Blenders jump from the Mexican indie scene with their new single “Unos Besos”, which is a perfect honeyed statement for February 14th.

A new stage for The Blenders with the record label Boy Sound was inaugurated with the premiere of his single “The Vxmpirxs” last November. Now, the first Mexican band to collaborate with the Madrid label releases the second single, “Some kisses”.

The Blenders It has subsequent premieres prepared, throughout the first half of 2024 to demonstrate the new musical proposal. In addition to sharing their new music, the group is on a tour in Spain and California that promises to enchant new audiences with their ecstatic live performance where they will be able to hear “Some kisses” for the first time live.

With the characteristic sound of the capital band, “Some kisses” It takes up the overtones of surf rock with a fun indie pop structure that fills any place with energy and endures due to its infectious melody. The song tells us about a declaration of love full of the overflowing and intoxicating irony that is already known from The Blenders, a perfect musical proposal to play on loop during Valentine’s Day. Fall in love with excess listening to this song right here.


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