Shiro Schwarz prepares the release of ‘Internal’

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Inspired by Yin and Yangthe musicians share their new EP.

The musical duet Yeshiro Schwarz has confirmed that next Friday, December 15, he will give life to a new EP titled Internal. This new work represents a deep immersion in emotions, perfectly complementing his previous release, external.

Formed by Pammela Red and Rafael Ivory, the group distinguishes itself by exposing its particular point of view, through an eighties aesthetic that mixes sounds of funk, techno, house and R&B. In addition to presenting a performance audiovisual. Thus, within your performative The band is inspired by a Japanese-German culture, where Shiro (Japanese) means white and Schwarz (German) black. She always dressed in white and he in black.

It is now that with its most recent releases, external / Internal, stand out for their desire to continue evolving and changing, while exploiting their musical concept; which has defined them as avant-garde characters, turning them into an indie band of great experimentation.

For all this and with great emotion we highly recommend listening to Yeshiro Schwarz, because with her great talent she will hypnotize you and you will not stop listening to her. So, while we wait for the release of the new EP Internal, we leave you the first part below. Enjoy it!


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