The brothers Adexe and Nau are more than happy for the good reception of their single “Llorarte un río”, a song of heartbreak and self-love, whose origin comes from Mexico, a proposal that national authors made to them and that they rounded off the piece with his own style where Nau added a verse from the urban perspective.
“People have liked it a lot because it is quite different from what we have published, it is pop rock, approaching the ballad with strong lyrics”, says Adexe. “The theme is about a situation where we let a person go even if it hurts, because in reality it would be much worse to stay because it will continue to hurt us,” they shared in a recent interview with local media.
Although they are a duo that the public knows through urban sounds, the brothers emphasize that now being on the side of pop-rock has not been complicated at all. “It is something that is quite simple for us, because we have always listened to a lot of music, not just reggaeton.. So, with any genre I think we could flow quite well ”, explains Adexe, who recalls that in his catalog he has urban, pop, Latin pop and bachata, among others.
“We feel quite comfortable trying new things and as music lovers we like to listen to everything and also try to do a little bit of everything”, says Nau and Adexe confirms that in this case it is a “more ballady and sad” pop-rock. However, Nau also emphasizes once again that although it is not a sound they usually make, they are always open to experimenting, “and in the end the essence is still maintained”.
And now that they are more adults, they also share that they are proud of their journey in music, “I think it has been very progressive and I like the fact of having started with covers and after reaching a point with my own songs and from that album to tour, then release a second album and tour internationally.
Later, with the quarantine process, a more mature part came and we continue like this, doing it song after song, we are achieving everything we are proposing ”, expresses Adexe, while Nau confesses that having started very young, has allowed his followers to notice his evolution. “The good thing is that starting so young, you can see that growth, not only physically, but also in music, what we sing and what we interpret.”
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