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Estopa will play live the new album "Fuego" in the USA and Spain. Photo: Getty Images
Estopa will tour the U.S. and Spain for their newest album, 'Fuego.' Photo: Getty Images

Estopa and Fito & Fitipaldis combine for the music video 'Camiseta de Rokanrol'

The song is included on Estopa's latest album 'Fuego,' released in 2019. The new version is fresher and has a new twist.

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Two icons of Spanish music came together for the first time, and their fans are feeling lucky. Estopa and Fito & Fitipaldis jointly released a music video for “Camiseta de Rokanrol,” a breath of fresh air for Spanish rock.

Dressed in yellow and with a rebellious pose, the duo from Cornellá, Barcelona that revolutionized Spanish rumba, played electric guitars and soft arrangements by Fito and his band, forming a catchy and innovative musical cocktail. The song is included on Estopa's latest album Fuego, released in 2019. The new version, much fresher than the last, also has a twist.

With the merger, the two bands with more than 20 years of history and countless achievements came together. In pubs and discos in Spain and the U.S., their songs are still played, and have transformed into hymns for an entire generation.

In the initial version of “Camiseta de Rokanrol,” Estopa goes beyond classic rumba rhythms. However, when added to Fito's saxophone, voice and feeling, there is major improvement. Their guitar chords are subtle, but present and unique.

The song's lyrics mix love and rock 'n' roll. In the chorus, the duo sing that “every morning is the same, my alarm clock rings, and everything turns, turns around me. With your special flavor, with your cold heat. With your rock and roll t-shirt."

 

The launch of the music has been an ideal promotional campaign for Estopa's upcoming tour of the United States, which will start on March 17 at the House of Blues in Orlando. It will continue on March 18 at the James L. Knight Center in Miami, and will close on March 20 at the Ritz Theater in New Jersey.

Estopa will then resume his tour of Spain that they were canceled in 2021. In total, the Fuego tour will take them to 20 cities, including back-to-back concerts at the WiZink Center in Madrid, which was confirmed after selling out the initial show on Sept. 30.

Formed in 1999 by the brothers David and José Manuel Muñez, the Estopa duo began their career by selling more than a million copies of their first album, which became popular in Colombia, Venezuela and Cuba. When they released Destrangis in 2001 with the legendary hits “Partiendo la pana” and “Vino tinto,” they became the Spanish star group of the new century.

Later, they released Voces de ultratumba in 2005, where the duo reached maturity, and introduced new genres such as rumba, reggae, rap, rock and salsa.

"We are composing and making the selection like a painting, giving color, looking for balance," the brothers said at the time.

Their latest album Fuego coincides with the band's 20th anniversary, and their fans will finally be able to enjoy their songs live.

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