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The members of the Mexican band Molotov, announced this Friday through a press conference held in Mexico City how eager they are to return to face-to-face concerts again, and also, surprise all its fans with the various surprises they plan to close this 2021 with a flourish. “We are preparing a new disk. Since we are not on tour and we are all unemployed, we are doing some songs (songs)“, Commented the singer and guitarist Tito Fuentes.
Fuentes’ statement did not like much to the other members that make up this group, but above all it bothered Micky Huidobro, who is the bassist of Molotov. In addition, He asked Tito Fuentes not to give more details about the new record material they are preparing, and also, Huidobro added that Molotov has been characterized throughout the years for being a band that opposes what has been done in Mexico through the years. “We can associate with brands of ‘chupe’ (alcohol) and anything that is harmful to health. But we love people who make artisan things and in Mexico there are not only international brandsHe added.
Subsequently, the coronavirus pandemic stopped, since last year, the celebration of this Mexican band for its more than 25 years of experience. However, Molotov stands firm and they yearn to celebrate this occasion properly no matter what adversities come their way. “We have not returned at all, we made some attempts to return to the United States, but it has been very complicated, we will have to celebrate when there is a chance and when health protocols allow it because you have to be careful“Said bassist Paco Ayala.
It should be noted that this Mexican band is celebrating this special achievement for being the official image of the alcoholic beverage Fitzer, the first “hard seltzer” to launch a new category created solely for consumers looking for a low calorie alternative, clearly light for consumption.
Since this group became official in the late 90s, people have witnessed how Molotov se has been characterized as a controversial and controversial band, mainly because in most of their songs they throw negative comments on the Mexican media, political satire and quite sensitive topics such as racism and migration, something that did not please the large television stations in the country and that is why they were censored.
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Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.