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Latin 16/10/2018

No Te Va Gustar Presents "Y El Mundo Me Comió A Mi," The New Video From Their Acclaimed And Latin Grammy Nominee Album "Suenan Las Alarmas"

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Y el mundo me comió a mí is the sixth and last cut of Latin Grammy nominee album Suenan las alarmas, the most recent studio work of No te va gustar, in this case in an incredible live version, recorded in Montevideo during the album's official presentation.

This song was also chosen by the producers of the Falco television series to be included in the original soundtrack. In the video, you can appreciate the powerful mix of NTVG interacting passionately with their audience in this solid live recording, subtly combined with impressive panoramic views of Mexico City and the captivating theatrics of the Falco scenes, a series directed by Ernesto Contreras and Julián de Tavira.

No te va gustar has toured a great part of Latin America and the United States on board of their Suenan Las Alarmas tour, which has its official closing on November 22, 24 and 25 at the Obras Sanitarias Stadium in Buenos Aires.

Suenan las alarmas is an internationally acclaimed album and recently received the nomination to the Latin Grammy award in the category Best Rock Album this year; a very personal and mature record, where the Uruguayan band elegantly demonstrates more than 20 years of trajectory. The material was recorded between July 2016 and March 2017 throughout the studios of Elefante Blanco in Montevideo, Romaphonic in Buenos Aires, White Water Music in New York and Bass Station in Brooklyn. The artistic production was carried out by Héctor Castillo, the talented Venezuelan producer and four time Latin Grammy winner for ¨Ahí Vamos¨ and ¨Fuerza Natural¨ by Gustavo Cerati, as well as being internationally recognized for his work with Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Aterciopelados and David Bowie, within others. The mastering was done by Dave Mc Nair.

Credits for the video clip:
Recorded live in Landia -MONTEVIDEO, August 5, 2017
Direction, Editing and Post: Rodrigo Labella and Lolo Paradell
Additional images taken from the Falco series, directed by Ernesto Contreras and Julián de Tavira
Recording, Mixing and Mastering Audio: Diego Verdier
Visuals "Y el mundo me comió a mi"- Nico Soto Díaz - Guillermo Amato - Gabriel Bendahan
Visuals at the beginning of Show - Agustin Ferrando Trenchi

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