Peces Raros presents the EP, ‘Obras en vivo’

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The Argentines do not stop generating content, in addition to the new EP released just this Saturday, January 20, the release of their new material is already expected.

Rock and the power of synthesizers Rare Fish took over the acclaimed Stadium Works in Buenos Aires, Argentina and was captured in an EP with three classics of the group.

The 18-minute EP that was recorded on October 6 and 7, 2023 brings with it the following tracks: Fabulations”, “Indeed” and “They are not going to stop.”

That between arrangements, new tunes and chants from more than 4 thousand spectators who house the so-called “temple of rock” in Buenos Aires leave high expectations for what their new material will be.

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The duo made up of Lucio Consolo and Marco Vierareleased a new preview in addition to the live EP, “Oxide” It is the compass towards where the project is heading, already becoming an instant classic.

Although Rare Fish They have already swum in Mexican waters with Tulum, Isla Mujeres, Guadalajara, Puebla and Mexico City being part of their extensive tour in 2023, they are already eagerly awaited in the Ibero-American Festival of Musical Culture Vive Latino on Sunday, March 17 at the Hermanos Rodríguez Autodrome.

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