Sadfields release their album, ‘Superluna’

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Flow on this emotional journey.

Sadfieldsan emerging band from the south of Mexico City, releases their new album Super moona material that they themselves determine as a new sonic identity of the band: mysterious, pale and strident.

The album was recorded in 2021, however between that year and 2022 they gave us tastes of what the full album would be, revealing songs like “Irreversible”, “Enough” and “Fast”who are part of the 13 powerful melodies, that will take you on this 46-minute journey.

In 2017 the band released their first debut EP Homesickwhich paved the way for them in the industry by being considered one of the best releases that there was in that year. Mexico; getting his EP to appear in media such as Remix (US), Vice (US), Noisey (MX), Indie. Rocks! (MX) and Marvin (MX), among others.

Daniel, Miguel and Erickare characterized by the great emotional content of their music, with themes of nostalgia, loss and melancholy with which they have managed to gain ground but above all they have left an indelible mark on those who listen to them.

So don’t waste time, Super moon It is now on all digital platforms, ready to be part of your favorite albums, we leave you the link here.


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