Yawners, the mission of Spanish singer-songwriter Elena Nieto, has shared a brand new single referred to as ‘Rivers Cuomo’. It’s taken from their upcoming album Duplo, which arrives on Might 6 through Counter Intuitive (US) / Massive Scary Monsters (UK) / Montgri (Spain) / Impartmant (Japan). In keeping with a press launch, the Weezer frontman himself mentioned that “it is a actually fairly tune” upon listening to it. You possibly can test it out beneath.
“I often write very literal songs, I don’t often use metaphors or something like that, and that is the proper instance,” Nieto mentioned in an announcement concerning the observe. “The tune is about author’s block; it’s about making an attempt to write down a tune and never developing with something good.” She continued:
I actually like Weezer and Rivers Cuomo has at all times made me curious. Once I was within the technique of composing the album, I learn an interview in a Chilean newspaper wherein he revealed a trick he has developed to write down songs. He has an Excel file wherein he writes phrases, chord progressions, and extra, and creates songs with a components that places collectively the bits and items that match. I assumed this was actually cool and I wrote the refrain of my tune about this. On a melodic stage I’m very happy with the guitar solo on this tune. Guitar solos are one thing that appear to not be fashionable anymore, however the actuality is that when a well-done solo seems in a tune it’s very laborious to not take pleasure in it haha.
Yawners’ debut LP, Simply Calm Down, got here out in 2019.
Duplo Cowl Art work:
1. No Me Digas
2. Suena Mejor
3. Rivers Cuomo
4. Paranormal [feat. Cala Vento]
5. One thing About You
7. Tu Cumpleaños
9. El Máximo Photo voltaic
10. The Home (Say My Identify)