Ramona premieres “No Te Vayas” with Ximena Sariñana

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A hug to the heart to heal through music.

Ramona brings a heartbroken song, which reminds us how difficult it is to miss. The collaboration with Ximena Sarinana It is now available. Enjoy the official video!

The Tijuana band premiered “Do not go”, a painful song that tells us about resignation after the departure of someone we love. Within the process of letting go, there is also a stage of denial, where we know that wherever the other is, they are still in our thoughts, so much so that we would be willing to give the little warmth we have left.

The voice of Ximena Sarinana It gives it a more melancholic dimension, with almost lamentations, the letter written in this song becomes a hug for mourning. While both voices harmonize, we can hear an orchestral and piano arrangement, without forgetting the details of the 70s that characterize Ramona.

With this release, we get closer to the album’s premiere The Hymns of Love, which the band will present for the first time at the Lunary of the National Auditorium, this April 26. It is the perfect song, in addition to what we expect from the new album, to accompany a broken heart and heal it through music. Do not miss it!


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