Phoenix debuts collaboration with León Larregui

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“Artefact” is now available, don’t miss it.

Unexpected collaborations usually have the best results, so we get to listen to Leon larregui accompanying phoenix in a new version of Alpha Zulu. If you haven’t heard this single yet, what are you waiting for?

The French band began releasing reimaginings of their latest album this summer, we find collaborations with Clairo, beck, Pusha T, Benee and Chad Hugonow they make an international leap and give us “Artifact” with the Mexican singer-songwriter Leon larregui.

This remix He revisits the song, as a fan favorite, to add vocals and lyrics in Spanish that merge with the original idea. While the voices of Lion and Thomas They sound like twins, they tell us the story of being something for the other person before losing them. They are the verses in Spanish that add nostalgia and tenderness amid the synthesizers.

This launch prior to the presentation of phoenix in the festival Crown Capital We are excited to see this collaboration on stage. A possible cameo of Leon larregui only increases the emotions for this weekend, don’t miss phoenix on the Vans stage on Friday, November 17.


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