Daily Discovery: Bejuco – Batea (Video Oficial)

Here’s the new single and video by one of the new sensations of Afro-Colombian music.
 
‘Batea’, by San Andrés de Tumaco-based band Bejuco, is extracted from the debut album of the band out now on Discos Pacífico/Llorona Records : https://lloronarecords.bandcamp.com/album/batea
 
Bejuco plays bambuco, bunde, juga, employing the timbre of the singing of the Colombian Pacific coast.
 
It sounds like the sea: with the force of the waves. It has the strength of the bejuco vine branch that is rooted in African afrobeat and brings a new idea of music with it”.
 

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