Mexico is an essential component of ADN Decadente. It’s not a coincidence that Los Auténticos Decadentes have chosen one of the most important classics in regional music to continue the album project that, as part of their 35th Anniversary, offers a tour through their broad sphere of musical influences over the course of three discs of covers.
Oro, an original song by Bronco, is the new official single off of Capitulo D, the second album in the ADN trilogy. The cover features a special appearance by Don Lupe Esparza, Bronco’s frontman, and the explosive Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra from Japan, who starting at 1.5 minutes on the track dominate the musical performance, giving rise to a fresh and completely surprising collaboration.
The artistic production is by Martín Lorenzo, Mariano Franceschelli and Los Auténticos Decadentes in co-production with Gustavo Borner, who also did the mixing and mastering at the Igloo Music studios in Los Angeles. The song was recorded by Gustavo Borner at Sony Music Mexico’s studios, Shojiro Watanabe at Onkio Haus in Japan and José Demetrio “El Negro” Herrera at JGM studios in Buenos Aires. The cover art was designed by Alejandro Ros.
The music video that accompanies this release was born from an idea that bassist Pablo Armesto had. Filmed in triple collaboration of direction and production in the cities of Monterrey, Buenos Aires, and Tokyo, the clip portrays the journey of a young Mexican girl that migrates to the United States in search of a life of luxury and comfort.
Capítulo D will arrive on digital stores on Friday, April 1 and will also be available in physical format in Argentina, Mexico, and Chile in special edition CD Digipack Deluxe and vinyl. The project will deliver new covers that will continue to reveal the matrix of Los Auténticos Decadentes’ music and more stellar collaborations.
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