2023 has been the year in which we have seen Pablo Rouss crown yourself as an artist; On March 24 of last year, the producer and judge of Triumph operation threw Cycleshis first album and now, almost a year later, his second studio work is about to be released, Asymptomatic.
From this album we have already been able to hear six previews such as The sorrow, Disconnect either My half and now too Farewellsthe last single he will release Pablo Rouss before the final departure of his project, scheduled for February 16.
Unlike the three previous songs, which all followed a very popist sound line, in Farewells, Rouss It dares with a sound halfway between the most commercial pop and urban sounds full of energy. In the lyrics, full of love and nostalgia, the artist refuses to forget the person that “heaven has stolen from me.”
“Because nothing is the same without you. And although time heals the wounds, I prefer to live with them than to feel that you are not there. I have never liked goodbyes and now that I see myself without you, I am missing the other half. Maybe everything is missing for me. It’s better but with you I had a different color,” he intones. Pablo Rouss in the chorus of Farewells.
‘Asymptomatic’, Rouss’ second work
After launching Cycleshis first work in which he has collaborated with 23 different artists, such as walls, Cruz Cafune, Recycled J, Aleesha either Samurai, now Pablo Rouss embarks on a completely solo project, Asymptomatic. There is less than a month left to listen to it in its entirety, as it will be released on February 16. Likewise, the jury of O.T. has revealed that, as with his first album, he will do a presentation concert and it will be the day March 21 at the Sala Villanos in Madrid.
Paying attention to the first songs that we have already heard, we can glimpse that the pop sound will be a constant in the ten songs that will make up the CD. Furthermore, the recent death of her mother has been the driving force behind the composition of these songs, which, as can be heard in the lyrics of Farewells for example, they are dedicated to her.
“Thank you mom wherever you are for helping me write this album. I have found the answers I needed to questions I thought I had buried. I am at peace and I hope you are too when you listen to it,” he said. Rouss on his Instagram profile.
In the same publication, the producer also revealed the complete tracklist of Asymptomatic:
2. My half
3. The sorrow
5. Do not push me
7. Life is a gift
8. New paragraph
9. Thinking of both