Rocío Saiz is nothing if not a “frontwoman”, whether for the formidable electro pop band Las Chillers; or Monterrosa, a proud duo on the most irreverent scene; or in front of the cameras of Monkey Week, on an improvised set in which she introduced us to the bands of the future in the midst of a pandemic. Her championing of figures like Massiel, Raphael and Camela and her feminist, pro-LGBTQ+ lyrics have made her an icon of the crusade against the patriarchal canon, a charismatic generational leader who now returns to the world of music with a project with a name and surname that recently got underway with Autocensura, her first original solo single (actually, the first one was really a version of Wham’s Last Christmas). 100% New Wave inspiration tracing a new path towards a kind of bittersweet, confessional synth-pop, heir to the New Order of Republic. Her second single, the propitious Si mañana me muero, te habré dicho que te quiero, augurs the release of her solo debut album, to be released on October 15. #pop
Saturday 20th, 22.15h – Escenario Plaza
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