May 7, 2022

The Marias on Bad Bunny’s new album!


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After considered their performance by different outlets as one of Best Moments Of Coachella 2022, the Puerto Rican pop band The Marias have announced the collaboration with song “Otro Atardecer” as part of also Puerto Rican reggaetón singer Bad Bunny’s new 23 tracks album “Un Verano Sin Ti” just released today.

Maria Real, singer of the band, has declared in the past to be a huge fan of reggaetón music since she was a kid and also a fan of Bad Bunny, to the point they covered “DÁKITI” song during their 2020 tour.

This song was written by both singers Maria and Benito and produced by La Paciencia, Zulia, MAG.

Album Cover - Bad Bunny - Un Verano Sin Ti

The Marias are currently on tour and scheduled to visit 7 different countries that will include 18 shows in the US. Some of these supporting singer Halsey.

THE MARIAS Tour Dates:

MAY 19 THU    Barcelona, Spain
MAY 21 SAT       
Madrid, Spain
JUN 15
 WED    Nampa, ID *
JUN 16 THU    Auburn, WA *
JUN 18 SAT     Ridgefield, WA *
JUN 20 MON   Salt Lake City, UT
JUN 24 FRI      Mountain View, CA *
JUN 26 SUN    Phoenix, AZ *
JUN 28 TUE    Dallas, TX *
JUN 30 THU   Atlanta, GA *
JUL 2 SAT       Milwaukee, WI *
JUL 3 SUN      Tinley Park, IL *
JUL 6 WED     Morrison, CO *
JUL 7 THU     Morrison, CO *
JUL 9 SAT      Irvine, CA *
JUL 21 THU   Toronto, ON, Canada
JUL 23 SAT    Forest Hills, N
JUL 28 THU   Chicago, IL, Lollapalooza
JUL 30 SAT    Detroit, MI
AUG 12 FRI    Vancouver, BC, Canada
AUG 20 SAT  Carolina, Puerto Rico
AUG 26 FRI    Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
SEP 23 FRI     Bentonville, AR
OCT 14 FRI    Austin, TX

Supporting Halsey

Here is the music video. 360° Visualizer. (You can move the mouse around)

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