Wet Baes premieres “New Colors”

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New paths after weakness.

After releasing the single “So bad” at the end of 2023, a song with which Wet Baes returned to music releases after his tour of Mexico and California; today the producer, composer and performer Andrew Jaime it shows us “New Colors”, what would be the second single from their next album. It’s a track produced in his Sagredo studio, it promises to envelop everyone who listens with its outstanding rhythms on the drums and almost at the end, he gives us a solo on the guitar.

It is composed of a combination of genres such as soul, grunge, folk and rock; This song talks about treating a person well, giving him the best of you and then realizing that he is betraying you. It is an invitation to look for new paths, where you can avoid a broken heart in the face of these attitudes and can put yourself as a priority.

‘New Colors’ talks about when you deliver positive energy, but it is interpreted as a weakness or something bad. This song represents the reaction to that situation,” explained Andrés Jaime in a press release.

The story is set in the universe of Wet Baes, where after traveling through space and creating Cosmovidences, he arrives at a hidden place, very similar to planet Earth. This place is uninhabited, but he realizes that he is not alone.

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