What do Rosalía and the video clip for ‘Dos Extraños’ by St. Pedro have in common?

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Eurofans are living their favorite time of the year. With the Benidorm Festival just around the corner, we will soon know which artist will travel to Malmö (Sweden) to represent Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest. One of the candidates is St. Peterthe Canarian artist who aims strongly with his ballad Two Strangers. He spoke about this topic and his enthusiasm for getting his ticket to the final of this contest in an interview with WECB a few days ago.

Well then. This January 25, the video clip of her musical commitment for the Benidorm Fest was released and it has not left anyone indifferent. Simplicity and symbolism become the clear protagonists of this piece produced by Take A Nap and directed by YungAkita and Revs. This symbolism is related to a white horse and a puzzle that represent a failed romance for St. Peter. And it is that Two Strangers It has become an anthem about heartbreak and the absence you feel when you lose the person you are in love with.

But that is not all. Our colleague Mikel Aizcorbe has gone further in the analysis of this piece and has found the detail that has been recorded in the same place where the music video for Vampiresthe theme of Rosalia and Rauw Alejandro. The Espacio Corberó, which was the home of the sculptor Xavier Corberó, has become the setting for this video clip that has captivated Eurofans.

The premiere of this video is accompanied by the news of the release of the Canarian artist’s first studio album. This life I chose will be released on February 16 and can be reserved now on digital platforms. As his agency assures, this album will come with “the best songs” of the artist, which represent his evolution. They have been recorded in the Canary Islands and by Eduardo Cabra, legendary member of Calle 13.

There is no doubt that St. Pedro is experiencing one of the most exciting stages of his career. He now has his sights set on his trip to Benidorm next week. And you, is Dos Extraños your favorite bet to represent Spain in Eurovision?


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