Tiburona reveals “Open Relationship”

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The vibrant Tiburona proposal that will leave its mark in 2024.

Sharkthe Madrid band composed of Laura del Amo, Rita Dolores and Super Carmen Merinois about to dazzle with his next album, We become extinctscheduled to release on January 26 via Montgrí Cooperative SCCL. The third and final preview, titled “Open relationship”promises to be the jewel of the album, fusing its varied influences and guaranteeing a place on the charts in 2024.

This new single, which is now available on platforms streamingconnects perfectly with the essence of Shark that they captured in their previous work, Alone and happy. “Open relationship” explores the need to commit to life’s choices, touching on themes such as lies, mistrust, consumption and the desire to have it all.

The video clip, directed by Dani Tezla, not only complements the power of the topic, but also highlights the importance of agreeing on an open relationship. It shockingly shows that keeping secrets can lead to miserable loneliness, warning about the consequences of wanting to maintain a stable relationship while enjoying casual sex.

Shark, with its freshness, authenticity and impactful lyrics, has established itself as one of the most promising bands of the moment. With a proposal that navigates between sixties aromas, the forcefulness of punk and garage, they are ready to conquer the senses.

We become extinct is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated albums of 2024, and with songs like “Thinking of you” and “Open relationship”, Shark promises to give the leap in popularity they deserve.


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