SUPPORT FOR ‘QUÉ PASÓ’
“Absolute slow-motion scenes in a European nightclub as this one plays and you catch the eye of That Person you’ve been flirting with for weeks now.” – 4/5 stars
– Tommy Faith – triple j (AUS)
“Infectious from start to finish, ‘Qué Pasó’ is an energetic, feel-good collaboration between two exciting emerging acts. Combining ANGE‘s vocals that sit in the same vein as BANKS with a funk-laden bass line, a thumping beat and warm keys, ‘Qué Pasó’ is an undeniable bop that reaches euphoric heights.”
– Purple Sneakers (AUS)
“The infectiousness of ‘Qué Pasó’ immediately hits us from the word go, with ANGE‘s soothing Spanish vocals playfully bouncing around the mix and allowing the engaging instrumentation to enter the arena bit by that.”
– Acid Stag (AUS)
Video Premiered with Red Bull (ESP)
Added to Spotify playlist New Music Friday (ESP)
Added to Apple Music playlists Pure Motivation (ESP) and Barcelona Suena (USA)
Following the release of their critically praised single ‘Qué Pasó’ ft. ANGE, Sydney-based producer duo Lamalo have just unveiled the accompanying video clip – directed and edited by Emma Corrigan.
Shot at Woodburn Creatives in Redfern, the clip sees two performers playing out a relationship through interpretive dance. The video uses the same style and location, instead focuses on their separation and the contrast in colours to mirror the song’s themes and lyrics of loss and longing.
Lamalo talk about the inspiration for the clip:
“We shot a lot of the clip in double speed, creating a drawn in effect when slowed down to the original speed. We also had two dancers (Yuli Torres & Orlando Granda Rivera) involved and some movement visuals (Sebastian Garcia) on the backdrop as well as two coloured lights for the set.”
Previous singles have been strongly supported by Spotify and Apple Music, including an entry in the Spotify AU Viral Chart, with their single ‘Outside’ amassing nearly two million streams. They’ve also been widely embraced by Australian radio institutions triple j, triple j Unearthed, FBi Radio and various other community radio stations.
Their tracks have also seen online support from Pilerats, Acid Stag, Purple Sneakers, Discobelle (SWE), Project U, Surviving the Golden Age (USA), The Soundcheck and The Music.
In the live arena the duo has supported contemporaries The Kite String Tangle, Midnight Pool Party and Dekleyn, as well as playing boutique festivals Rabbits Eat Lettuce, Red Deer Arts and Music Festival and The Grass is Greener.
‘Qué Pasó’ Ft. ANGE is available worldwide now