Tanxugueiras and Valeria Castro remember those who are no longer here for New Year’s Eve in ‘hoxe, mañá e semper’

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Tanxugueiras and Valeria Castro have connected north and south to create Hoxe, tomorrow and always (today, tomorrow and always)a song full of melancholy, especially for the people to whom they are addressed: loved ones who are no longer here.

“Is a song about memories, absences and human fragility, where our strength joins Valeria’s sensitivity”, includes the Instagram post they shared on the subject, which is accompanied by a video clip, recorded and edited by Trece Amarillo, in black and white. The visuals show us part of the process of composing and recording the song from the Pouland Studios studio.

Hoxe, tomorrow and always Born in October 2022, it brings together the best of the characteristic folklore of the Galician trio with the island roots of the Canary Islands and, a year later, results in a beautiful song in which their voices blend and harmonize perfectly.

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“It’s not here, mom. It’s not here, no, no (…) I’m alone,” says the emotional chorus that is repeated over and over again. “For when I’m not there, always put a candle for me. Make sure they don’t forget, that they keep me in their minds,” he continues.

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It has healed me a lot and with incredible women who always make me feel at home,” Valeria shared on her social networks.

“We wait May you enjoy it very much, as much as we did composing it. and that you give him much, much love. Valeria, we love you very much,” added Olaia, Sabela and Aida.

It is, without a doubt, a ballad made from the depths of his soul, which also shows the other side of these important dates, in which one cannot help but feel a little lonely at times and miss those relatives. that we have lost along the way.


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