This personal venture by Irene López Valdivia, a member of the promising La Claridad, is a plea for intimacy in the form of an exploratory journey through the senses. With a clear penchant for ghostly dubstep and isolationist folk-pop, Valdivia attracted attention with the release of her EP Cero, probably one of the albums with the most penetration this year on Natalia Lacunza’s iPhone. After garnering a legion of fans with her peculiar downtempo versions of C Tangana and Yung Beef, this tumultuous 2020 seems to be her breakthrough year: the sound of the lockdown generation, or how to feel lost in a life that you don’t understand. #pop

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