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DIAMANTE ELECTRICO presents "COLIBRI"

DIAMANTE ELÉCTRICO PRESENTS THE SECOND SINGLE OFF OF THEIR UPCOMING ALBUM "LECHE DE TIGRE" AND HIT THE ROAD WITH THE BIGGEST SHOW OF THEIR CAREER


“Colibrí” is the sophomore track included in the new studio album by the Colombian duo.


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June 29, 2022 - Diamante Eléctrico, the Colombian duo composed by Juan Galeano and Daniel Álvarez, premiered last Thursday their new single "Colibrí", the second release off of their upcoming album " Leche de Tigre". "Colibrí" - Spanish for hummingbird - is a love song, inspired by the figure of the hummingbird in Mexican culture, where it is worshiped as it represents the fallen warriors and their resurrection. With the metaphor used in the song, a parallel is created between the hummingbird and love, in the arrival of one person to the life of another, knowing that both are free and that it's not possible to lock free spirits in sentimental cages. This song, which is the second single from Diamante Eléctrico's next album, has a great influence from Bill Withers and it is a perfect bridge between Mexico and Colombia, with a seventies inspired beat creating a musical link between the musical cultures of both countries.



The video materializes an aesthetic and creative concept based entirely on the elements of a hummingbird and its flight, successfully emulated with aerial drone shots throughout the video. Directed by Adrián Pastrana, an admirer and follower of the Colombian duo for many years. In addition, the video's color palette and composition pay homage to the bird that inspired both the song and the video that embodies it. Pastrana and his team chose to incorporate elements of the Mexican culture such as the lotería nacional (national lottery): a colorful and eye-catching element that enhances both video and song, adding flavor to the new sound emerging from the Colombian duo, with strong Mexican influences. Last but not least, the video stars a young female whose first name is Huitzilin, who perfectly personifies, with passion and sensuality, the hummingbird through her name in the Náhuatl language.


Diamante Eléctrico, the Colombian duo formed by Juan Galeano and Daniel Álvarez, recently announced the most important show of their career: an unprecedented night at the Palacio de los Deportes in Bogotá, on December 7, 2022, to celebrate 10 years into the band's music and career. General admission sales started this Tuesday, June 28th, and in just a few hours over 1000 tickets have already been sold.


They will be performing songs from their new album "Leche de Tigre” live for the first time in this show, as well as the most acclaimed songs throughout their career including, of course, songs from their last record "Mira Lo Que Me Hiciste Hacer", which received four Latin Grammy® 2021 nominations in the categories of Best Pop Rock Album, Best Pop Rock Song with "A Veces", Record of the Year with "Suéltame, Bogotá", and Song of the Year with "A Veces". The album "Mira Lo Que Me Hiciste Hacer (Deluxe Edition)" was also nominated for the 2021 GRAMMYs® for Best Alternative or Latin Rock Album.

Led by Juan Galeano and Daniel Álvarez, the celebrated three-time Latin Grammy and GRAMMY® nominated band celebrates their first decade together in the music scene this year. They have taken their infectious live performances to some of the world's premier festivals such as Coachella, Austin City Limits, Lollapalooza, Vive Latino, SXSW, Rock Al Parque and Eurockenness, in addition to those that will now take part in their 2022 Solitarios Tour. They have also played with the Foo Fighters, The Rolling Stones, The Raconteurs and have collaborated with greats such as Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top, Enrique Bunbury, Kase O and Alison Mosshart from The Kills.


More on Diamante Eléctrico AT:

www.diamanteelectrico.com

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