Walls lives by James Dean’s mantra in his new song ‘Chao’

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Walls has released I’m going to waste, a new single with which he continues to discover the universe of his second album Moon 18; a project very marked by punk/pop and a new alter ego that seems inspired by a comic villain.

In this song he reflects on everything he has had to do to get to where he is. A path that has not been easy and from which she accumulates several traumas, despite not giving many details about it: “If I told what I was dragging behind me, you would distance yourself from me.” However, it is a life that she likes: “Living like this makes me fall in love with you, I had to tell you.”

It is a single, whose essence reminds us of James Dean’s most repeated saying and mantra: ““Live fast, die young and leave a beautiful corpse”. This “live fast, die young and leave a pretty corpse” is basically the essence of this I’m going to waste.

“And when I’m not old / and my face is stamped on a shoulder… / remember my kisses / And if they ask you, tell them / that I’ve gone to waste,” goes the chorus.

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The Hollywood star died at the age of 24 after suffering a fatal traffic accident. And on this topic, curiously, Ginés says: “I’m going 300 per hour and without brakes or steering.”

The song has been produced by Pablo Rouss and, along with its publication on platforms, the singer has shared a simple, but enveloping video clip. In a very close-up – with which we can once again see the scar on his eye, one of his hallmarks of this era – Walls seems to walk aimlessly while telling us about his short comings and goings. age of him. The duality between lights and shadows seems to predict that his character has a dark past (your fave is problematic).

The Murcian welcomed this new professional stage on September 29 with the help of To my lao’a first business card with which he fled from Children in the Park to become even more punk.

Moon 18Walls’ second album, will be available on February 23, 2024.


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