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Za! and Perrate fuse experimentation and flamenco in “Pregones”

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Za!  and Perrate fuse experimentation and flamenco in “Pregones”

The experimental rock duo For! and the flamenco singer Perrate They join forces in the song “Pregones”, a single in which flamenco, punk and the usual experimentation of Barcelonans converge.

“Pregones”, the new collaboration of Za! and Pérlate, is the result of playing with the limits of genres, giving rise to an experimental song that moves between flamenco and punk. The single is the first preview of the joint LP, which will be released on March 22.

And the people of Barcelona and flamenco have joined forces to create a single that goes through several nuances, including noise, dub or rock, giving way to a powerful song that leaves no one indifferent. The Barcelona duo, already accustomed to distorting genres and experts in free-jazz, psychedelia and even ancestral rhythms, always manage to enrich the projects that pass through their filter.

On this occasion, Perrate has added the roots of the traditional to honor them in “Pregones”. That is why the result is this single that emerges as the anarchic sensitivity of this trio, which has strengthened its union with a distinguished and different project. In addition, the song is the first single from “Jolifanto”

This ‘edit’ version of “Pregones” is also their proclamation and their baptism of fire: a first preview that perfectly defines the plural and anarchic sensitivity that the trio articulates in their union. The song advances an LP that includes several songs, including “Steve Kahn”, “Jolifanto” and “La Milonga”. What is clear is that “Pregones” is proof that both artists, separately and together, are capable of shining with their different sound, and that in this collaborative project only great songs are going to come out. You can pre-order at this link.

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