“LA GRAN ESTAFA” THE NEW BUNBURY’S VIDEO CLIP
Bunbury has just released his new videoclip “La Gran Estafa”. One of the songs included in the album “Curso de Levitación Intensivo”. This album includes ten new unreleased songs produced by Enrique Bunbury and Ramón Gacías.
Bunbury’s new videoclip has been directed by Sergio Abuja. La gran estafa is a contemporary interpretation of Plato’s allegory of the cave and is one of the most popular songs on his latest album.
With this video clip, Bunbuyr refers to a visual metaphor in which people are moving nowhere, in a world where everyone looks out for their own benefit.
The video was filmed at the artist’s place of residence, in the city of Los Angeles. Cinematography by Pablo Diez, production design by Markos Keyto and production by Timber Films.
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Bunbury tour possible 2020: The Bunbury Tour
The Bunbury Tour Posible 2020 was planned, but due to the circumstances caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Bunbury tour has had to be postponed until 2021.
The concerts scheduled for 5 and 10 September at the Plaza de Toros in Valencia and the Poble Espanyol in Barcelona, respectively, will be held at the same venues on 4 September in Barcelona and 25 September in Valencia.
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Intensive Levitation Course: The new album by Bunbury
Bunbury’s album “Curso de levitación intensivo” is made up of 10 new songs. In this album, Bunbury offers a sample of rage, distrust, in a brave and risky bet.
The first song on the album is called “N.O.M”, a cover letter that starts with the sampling of a blogger. Followed by:
- The price of tomorrow.
- Price to be paid.
- Time to seize the moment.
- Dan charlatans.
- The pale blue dot.
- Esezquiel and the whole Big-Bang thing.
- The big scam.
- You were right about everything.
The album in general seeks to reflect Enrique’s personal journey that he is on now, and that the songs lead to understanding in the future, what happened in this moment.