REVIEW: The Indios - La Primavera
Based in London but hailing from Colombia, The Indios have released their second, and infectiously catchy, single “La Primavera”.
The band, fronted by Juan Conteno on lead vocals and Felipe Rojas on the drums, have blended together both Spanish and English lyrics and influences in their new reggaeton track “La Primavera”. With stripped back guitar and synth, it’s reminiscent of the British indie music too, making the track composite of many different genres.
“This is a love story...but it's also an intimate anthem portraying the tension of letting someone into your life for the first time” explains Contento. Stating that sonically, this track comes from “the idea of merging Urban latin influences with British pop sounds and this song is the result.”
Established in 2016, the band was an experimental project that set out to fuse together the influences from traditional Latin American music with the more modern British indie and electronic sounds. A feat that The Indios have perfected on new track “La Primavera”, packed full with charisma and a captivating rhythm.
With more music due for release in 2021, The Indios are looking at a very promising and exciting future.