Thursday, May 25, 2023

Margaritas Podridas - "Corazón"

Hermosillo, Mexico based quartet Margaritas Podridas are making punk that harkens back to the early 90's. Their latest single, "Corazón," is definitely more grunge or noise rock based than traditional punk, but if you still cherish 1991: The Year Punk Broke, you're going to love this. Carolina Rivera has mastered a Cobain level scream, and instead of a loud/quiet/loud format, it's more loud/noisier/loud. This sounds like a modern day version of 1980's Sonic Youth or Nirvana rallying against their own popularity on In Utero. Seriously, this is a band you're going to want to watch closely.

Carolina Rivera says about her band's new song:

"I made this song when I was angry. It’s about being hurt by the words of someone you love. I wrote it at El Corazon venue in Seattle. It is a very personal song about how my heart was at the time. I felt like nothing made sense anymore; being there wasn’t enough even although it was my dream I wasn’t happy. Probably lack of sun and all my bad choices in life.

You can watch the video for "Corazón" below. For more on Margaritas Podridas, check out the band on Facebook and Instagram.

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