The Americojones Experience premieres “Me He Beported Mal”

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A single live take and six minutes of pure rock.

The Americojones Experience brought the seventies and rawness back with a new single and the announcement of their next studio album, find all the details here.

The Mexican band is making its debut with “I have misbehaved”single produced by Pablo Thierman in Berlin, which returns to the rawest side of rock: a single-take recording with the entire band in the studio resulted in an ode to lack of control.

It is a children’s rock n roll song in the sense that it is direct, primitive and evokes a feeling of lack of control and bodily expression, but at the same time it talks about regretting an act and seeking redemption,” he explains. Americo Hollander.

“I have misbehaved” It talks about guilt and melancholy after doing the wrong thing, set to music by harsh guitars that give it classic rock overtones. A very similar experiment Talking Heads which gives rise to the body’s response, laments and the expression of regret.

This single also announces the release of his third studio album, The player, which will continue with this tribute to the 70s and rock in its plainest version. The album will be available on December 8.


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