The surfing frontier band mixes with rock and roll, and the event ends on May 30
Thanks to Los Supernova, people recall the sounds that were popular in the 1960s.
Established in 2014, the frontier band, their music proposal sounds like a mixture of rock music and rock music, its genre complements the songs released through the digital platform, and has performed live on many occasions.
In fact, after a period of pandemic, Los Supernova went out to record a show, which will be broadcast at the closing of the Boundary Book Fair on May 30.
Son Siniestro, the band’s guitarist, said: “The invitation was sent out a few months ago. They invited us to participate in the production of the show. This was caused by the epidemic.”
“They provided us with the facilities of Paso del Norte so that we can produce there. As a band, we are very happy, thank you very much, and have the support of very dedicated staff. We are honored that they invited us.”
For the presentation, Los Supernova played some of their songs, in addition to the covers they usually perform during live performances.
Son Siniestro said that the adaptation chosen for this occasion was “No Dance”, the cover of “Lambarda” and “Here they feel scared”.
Los Supernova is composed of Suerte Negra for bass, King Konga for percussion, Tucson revolver for drums, Rebelde and Son Siniestro for guitar, and Titan for trumpet.
The first material they proposed for the aesthetics of the nostalgic sixties was the 2014 EP’Violent Rhythm’.
“In 2019, we recorded six songs with the song titled’Let the girls move’. In the same year, we recorded the next single, the first one. Son Siniestro shared: “As the end of the year, we release The exclusive news of “Shannock and Salma Night”.
He also mentioned the names of other songs of the band, such as’Dr. Rebelde’,’Lucky 7′,’Sin cara’,’Kalimán’,’La beberecua’ and’Jaime spy’.
The band also composed the song “Pagano” to commemorate a part of the wrestlers of Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide, and he was very happy to participate in the video of this song.
The suspension meant that the confinement period suspended the band’s activities throughout 2020, but now they are meeting again to advance the band’s creation and recording more material.
“We want to release the material for “Day of the Dead”. We have to keep this date in mind, because this is the mystery we want to give. It can be said to be inspired by Mexican legends, monsters and mysterious stories.”
May 30, 8:00 pm
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