After taking a break from touring attributable to well being causes, the Spanish rocker returns with an thrilling single produced by Adan Jodorowsky
Reinvention is a problem for any artist, significantly one who has been making music for greater than three a long time. But on his newest observe “Invulnerables,” Spanish rocker Enrique Bunbury faucets into contemporary new vitality, delivering a track that’s pulsating with a way of pleasure and revival.
Bunbury has all the time been a renegade within the rock en español scene, so his daring musical selections aren’t a lot of a shock. However a part of what makes “Invulnerables” so compelling has to do with the specificities round when it was created: In 2022, Bunbury introduced that he’d be launching a remaining farewell tour earlier than retiring from music attributable to well being and respiratory points. Nonetheless, he needed to cease the tour mid-way after his situation worsened whereas he was on the street.
In an announcement, Bunbury shared that “Invulnerables” was written in the course of the pause he took. Throughout that hiatus, he targeted on composing and creating, developing with the observe. He teamed up with Adan Jodorowsky, the ingenious French-Mexican producer who lately labored on Natalia Lafourcade’s album De Todas Las Flores, who produced the observe in Mexico Metropolis.
The video, launched Saturday, was directed by Jose Woman and Sergio Abuja. It follows a pair dancing, with their scenes spliced between footage of Bunbury taking part in the track in a room along with his band. (Jodorowsky really performs bass on the album as a part of the band.) Each the track and the album mark one other period for Bunbury, who’s planning to launch a brand new album later this yr.