Heritage is a complex thing for the Argentina born and UK raised producer/multi-instrumentalist songwriter Malena Zavala. On her debut album Aliso, released last year, she offered an aesthetic which married the worldly rhythms and magical lyricism of her latino background with the vitality and production values of contemporary psych rock and dream pop. It was quickly lauded for its creative fearlessness and dulcet melodics.
Not one to rest on her laurels, Malena has been prolific since, playing festivals such as Green Man and touring with Men I Trust, Blanco White and Lord Huron and writing a trove of new material which she intends to release as her second album early next year.
The first single from this new body of work, ‘En La Noche’ (translates as ‘In The Night’) combines traditional Latino Cumbia rhythms with lysergic guitars and a swirling ambient production style to create a beatific exploration of the role of dreams in creativity.
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Blue Raincoat Song’s Malena Zavala has released her latest single ‘En La Noche’, which translates to “In The Night”. Malena’s latest offering is her first since her debut album ‘Aliso’ last year, and the first glimpse of her upcoming album.
You can watch the official video here and listen to the single below.Listen here
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Malena Zavala has released ‘Aliso’, her debut album containing the acclaimed singles ‘Should I Try’ and ‘If It Goes’ plus the latest ‘A Vision That’s Changed’ release. Written, recorded and produced by Malena, the LP draws inspiration from the women in her family and her hometown of Argentina. Already receiving critical acclaim, the LP was tipped by the Sunday Times as ‘Folkie Of The Week’ and received a 4 star rating from The Guardian. Listen below.Listen here