‘Plantalia’, the musical debut of Braulio Sauce

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The Mexican musician and producer presents his first album, an introspective work that mixes sounds and lyrics with great emotional charge.

Braulio Saucetalented musician and producer from San Luis Potosí, is about to reveal to the world his long-awaited first album, Plantalia. This work, which will see the light of day on February 9, 2024.

Recorded at the prestigious Estudio Artico in Mexico City, this EP was co-produced by Braulio Sauce and Andres Medellinand the mixing was done by a talented team made up of Andres Medellin, Daniel Martinez and Pepe Navarro. The process culminated with an impeccable master made by Pancho Holzman and Alex Aguirre. The album includes seven captivating tracks that capture the unique essence of the artist.

Prior to this launch, Braulio Sauce presented “I already noticed”, a song that stands out for its calm melody and emotionally charged lyrics that many will be able to immediately identify with. In this composition, Braulio He honestly expresses his emotions, exploring the complexity of relationships and the difficult process of learning to love oneself.

The song is a preview of what listeners can expect in Plantaliaan album that promises to immerse us in a sonorous and poetic journey full of authenticity and emotional depth.


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