Amaia and Florence + The Machine in the news of the week

Amaia Romero is one of the great talents of Spanish pop, a young artist with wonderful aptitudes for music. She publishes a second album, When I don’t know who I am, a collection of 10 tracks for which she had the collaboration of Alizzz in production. As guests Rojuu and Aitana Ocaña, partner this second mentioned in the 2017 edition of the television program Operación Triunfo, and who participated in the current single, ‘The song I don’t want to sing to you’, released just three days ago. Here we present the album with which it was the first advance, Yo Invito.”A fairy tale in 14 songs”, commented the British Florence Welch when she presented the cover of Florence + The Machine’s fifth album, Dance fever. She recorded in London dealing with her longing in times of the Covid-19 pandemic: clubs, dancing at festivals, the whirlwind of movement and union and the hope of future reunions. For production work, she had the help of Jack Antonoff (Taylor Swift, Lorde, Lana del Rey, Bleachers) and Dave Bayley of Glass Animals. In charge of the art and the direction of the accompanying audiovisuals, Autumn de Wilde. Among the advances we stay with Free. Up to six advances among the fourteen songs included in the album Cumbiana II by Carlos Vives, and guests like Camilo, ChocQuibTown, Ricky Martin, Fito Páez, Mau and Ricky and his own daughter Lucy in her musical debut . A work that deals with humanity, in which she shares her idea that “yes, we can live together in our diversity.” We share for the occasion Solo, a song of spite, sad because of the story it tells, but happy because of the rhythm and the sounds. Eleventh studio album The Black Keys, the duo formed by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, who chose the title of Dropout boogie. As new collaborators: Billy F. Gibbons (ZZ Top), Greg Cartwright and Angelo Petraglia. Ten cuts in total, the disc opens with what was the first sample, Wild child. And before the mentions we commented Towards another part of La Pegatina, a collection of 10 tracks with international collaborations of artists originating mainly from the countries that most visited in previous years, such as Argentina, Mexico and the Netherlands. There are Chef’Special, La Vela Puerca, Los Auténticos Decadentes and La Santa Cecilia among others. Youthstar participated in the opening, Where do we go?. Also in circulation are new albums by Becky G, Kendrick Lamar, The Smile, Mandy Moore, The Chainsmokers, Rubén Pozo, Kevin Morby, Moderat, Luke Steele and Iseo & Dodosound; a soundtrack by John Carpenter; a compilation with guests by Alex Ubago; and a live Rolling Stones.

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