January 05, 2013by Administrator
Our esteemed singer/songwriter from New York and Mexico City, Mitre, has recently released a music video of the single, Lloro, from his new album. The song is a duet of great talents featuring Mexico’s Pambo, Mexican pop rock sensation, who is also a master of love songs. Lloro is definitely a passionate breakup song that talks about the desperation and helplessness felt after the loss of a loved one, particularly a lover. In the video, Mitre and Pambo are featured with a white background in to show the colorful emotions of their voices. Visions of a girl who struggles with herself through a loss can only help with the lyrics as she shows a moment of catharsis. At the end of the song the guitarist is dressed as a Catrina, or traditional Mexican sugar skull, who leads the girl away making the viewer assume suicide. Although the song talks about not being able to live without the lost person, it’s still a reminder that life goes on without them even though it is unbearable. Lloro is from Mitre’s upcoming album, Indestructible, that will release in February, followed by a tour in Mexico and some cities in the US. The album is an internal revolution with himself and a new way to understand a new form of life or person; a rebirth of sorts. Mitre describes Lloro as a cantina song, or a song to listen to with a bottle of tequila lost in your own thoughts, which in my opinion is extremely accurate even without the alcohol. The song flows with the rest of the album as it collaborates with its theme of a new life and seeks a moment of release. For the past two years Mitre has been intently working on his new album Indestructible, and the single Lloro really brings out his talent. You can own Lloro now, and the rest of Indestructible later on iTunes, and enjoy it with that bottle of tequila.