Alex Cuba “Lágrimas del Que Llora” feat. Josemi Carmona

Alex CubaArtist:
Alex Cuba
Label:
Caracol Records
Video:
“Lágrimas del Que Llora” feat. Josemi Carmona
Director:
Miguel Martinez and Diego Martinez
Add Date:
April 3, 2017

 

Latin, Soul, Folk, Rock singer and songwriter, Alex Cuba is the artist who has brought “Are You,” “No Esperes Más,” and “Sarah” to our immediate attention and his newest effort, “Lágrimas del Que Llora feat Josemi Carmona,” is no exception to his brilliance. This single and video is part of Alex Cuba’s newest release, available April 8th, Lo Único Constante, featuring upright bass and live percusion celebrating the roots of Alex Cuba’s songwriting craft to the filin movement of 1940’s Cuba.

Cuba-born and now based in Smithers, BC, Alex has recorded six albums and possesses an impressive list of accolades including two Juno awards, four Latin Grammy Awards, and two Grammy nominations.

“Lágrimas del Que Llora feat Josemi Carmona” was recorded in the famous Musigrama Studio in Madrid, Spain. An artistic, flamenco infused track whose intimacy is captured with live footage in studio. Josemi Carmona’s acoustic flamenco guitar combined with Alex’s soulful vocals is a treat to the senses with its rhythmical Spanish poetry.

Alex Cuba will be on tour in 2017 including upcoming dates in New York (Joes Pub April 11), Oakland (The New Parish April13) and Los Angeles (The Mint April 15).

Please let us know what we can do to get it into your upcoming programming. If you need more info on Alex Cuba, please don’t hesitate to be in touch with us at (732)-613-1779 or email us at [email protected]. You can also visit www.AlexCuba.com for more info on Alex Cuba.

 
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