Morat announces the release of next album
'Si ayer fuera hoy' will drop on Nov. 4.
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After premiering their single "Salir con vida" in collaboration with Feid, the Colombian band Morat announced that their fourth studio album will be available at the end of the week.
"If yesterday were today there would be more bands; more instruments would be played; the greatness of the artists would be in their concerts, not in their social media; we would go to see a concert, not to record it; guitar solos would sound on the radio; we would only say pop to the most popular genre; everything would be done in analog; and more albums and less singles would be released," was one of the preambles announced by the band on Twitter about the new album.
Before the official release, Morat fans have already had the opportunity to enjoy some of the songs that will be part of the album, as small promotions have accompanied lead singles "506" in collaboration with Juanes, "Llamada perdida," "Las cometas siempre vuelven en agosto," "París," "Valen más" and "Salir con vida" with Feid.
The last song has caused a stir among followers, many criticizing the collaboration with the urban artist, as many say his lyrics are not in line with the essence of the group.
"Despite the mixed reactions, the new single is a sign that the band is willing to take on new challenges in the midst of a great moment," reported El Colombiano.
"If yesterday were today, maybe we wouldn't be here," the band concluded. Leaving their fans in anticipation of the story they are telling through their music.