Rare Children releases video for “Nadie”

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A strange kid at recess, listening to his new album.

The Spanish band is making its premiere, you can now see the video of “Nobody”a song that is part of their first EP Problematic Encounters. Do not miss it!

The explosive rock of Weird Children is here to stay, in 2022 they opened to the world with “Escape Plan”, “Manias” and “Scratched and Alone”, which are now joined by five new tracks with the premiere of his first EP.

The video of “Nobody” gives us a look at the band’s live experience, in a format of collageWe appreciate clips and photos with phrases from the song. This project was led by Cari Costache, Pablo Roca and Leticia Jaureguiin another example of the beginning of Weird Children.

This song is the appropriate invitation to discover the power in the instruments in conjunction with a melodic voice, in imposing lines, the group is ready to say that they have lost the fear of shouting and that it is not necessary for there to be an interlocutor to be heard.

With this release, Weird Children is preparing to continue performing live, in different Spanish locations, hoping that they will soon visit this side of the globe. Get closer to Problematic Encounters, Now available.


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