Once upon a time… “Hola”. After five years of silence as a duet (Ibon Errazkin released his last solo album, “Foto Aérea” in 2018; SINGLE has not released anything since that Maxi-Single “Rea Del Ritmo” in 2015), the duo formed by Ibon Errazkin and Teresa Iturrioz is back with a brand new album.
Good things, when short, are twice as good. This is a constant in the trajectory of Errazkin-Iturrioz, ever since AVENTURAS DE KIRLIAN, the legendary group from San Sebastián they first made themselves known with, whose eponymous debut just turned 30. They have always leaned toward albums with discreet lengths, but with an incredible capacity for endless sonic fascination. On their fourth album as a duo (their fifth if we include “Anexo”), SINGLE is taking us on a new journey to their interior universe, new proof of their capacity to reinvent themselves without ever giving up their artistic principles.
“Marta, Quimi Y Yo” is an advance Digital Single; the lyrics of which were inspired by people very close to Teresa Iturrioz, and which Ibon Errazkin turned into a song that walks the line between country, the classics of VAINICA DOBLE and medieval troubadour songs (with the priceless collaboration of Antonio Galvañ from PARADE on the piano).