Sidecars celebrates its 18th birthday with new single, ‘Until I Close My Eyes’

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The 18th birthday is one of the most important in anyone’s life and is always celebrated in style, and Sidecars It couldn’t be less!

To commemorate the coming of age of the Madrid rock group, they have decided to launch Until I close my eyesa very poppy single, in which you can breathe the energy, vitality and most classic essence of Sidecars.

In the letter, Juancho, Gerbas and Rully They talk about how human beings are able to look back on their memories so as not to feel so far away from what they miss. This is how they explained it themselves in the description of a publication on their Instagram profile in which they announced the single: “We all miss something or someone. This song talks about the capacity of imagination and memory. Sometimes you just need to close your eyes to remember and feel a little closer to a place, a person or a specific moment in your life. “We have had the help of Paco Salazar, who has done the production hand in hand with Juancho.”

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This single, produced by Paco Salazar, made by Jimmy Llamas and recorded in Study Onearrives shortly after the trio from the Madrid neighborhood of Alameda de Osuna has put an end to the tour that accompanied Thirteentheir sixth album.

“We have had the help of Paco Salazar, who has done the production hand in hand with Juancho. It has been very nice to experiment together and try new things. It feels good to go a little off script from time to time and break new ground. We are lucky to dedicate ourselves to what we like most and we would be crazy if we didn’t take advantage of it to enjoy and have fun. I hope you like it and it keeps you good company,” the boys from Sidecars.

Until I close my eyes It serves as a spoiler for a very special live show that the people of Madrid are already preparing and that will come with many surprises. The first of them is a national tour, Airplane mode, in which they will tour the theaters of the main cities of our country. The tour has its initial date scheduled for January 13 in Torrevieja and will culminate in style with a very special show, Sweet 18in it Wizink Center in Madrid the day November 23, 2024 and where they will be accompanied by many artists and friends.

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Starting today, tickets for all dates of the tour are now on sale.

Find out all the dates of the ‘Airplane Mode’ tour

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JAN 13 – Torrevieja (San Jaime International Auditorium)

JAN 26 – Granada (Congress Palace Auditorium)

JAN 31 – Madrid (Inverfest/ Teatro Circo Price)

03 FEB – Pontevedra (Afundación Headquarters Auditorium)

04 FEB – Valladolid (Miguel Delibes Cultural Center)

10 FEB – Mallorca (Trui Teatre)

16 FEB – Cartagena (El Batel Auditorium and Congress Palace)

01 MAR – Badajoz (Manuel Rojas Congress Palace)

MAR 14 – Barcelona (Coliseum Theater)

JUN 14 – Fuengirola (Marenostrum)

NOV 23 – Madrid (Wizink Center)


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