Something like The Ramones with Tik-Tok and no leather jackets. Las Dianas feature a rabid mixture of disbelieving and luminous pop, heir to the national indie of the 90s, and bubble punk covered in ketchup and mustard. They say that the band came about at one of the workshops taught by Arturo García, from the mourned Cecilia Ann, a logical consequence of a generational sound that does not fade. Their first single, Te quiero (Lejos), is already part of the Bora Bora flexi disc collection, creds more than sufficient for us to start talking about true rising stars. #pop

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