Here They Am


Amaral, the biggest Spanish alternative-rock band of the last two decades, is proud to present a new video for the song “Unas Veces Se Gana Y Otras Se Pierde”, which you can watch here:

The video was created by the Holy Cuervo team and it tells the beautiful story of the Synchronized Swimming Club Fabio Nelli of Valladolid, started in 1987 and widely lauded despite its modest and familiar character.

The video focuses on Cristina Tasende and Carmen Valle, who founded the team at the end of the 80´s without knowing much about the sport. Thanks to their effort and work, they have built it into one of the most notable clubs in Spain.

Laura López is the other key figure in this story. She is Carmen´s daughter and won the Silver medal in the JJ.OO. Of Beijing (2008), the Silver medal at the World Cup in Melbourne (2007) and the Gold at the Eindhoven European (2008).

The song has been taken from the second disc of the band’s European release of ‘Nocturnal’, released earlier this year. The first disc features the original album in its entirety, and the second features completely re-recorded, stripped-down versions of 13 of the albums tracks.

Overall, the album will include 23 songs full of beautiful spectral melodies, outstanding epic movements and the amazing voice of Eva, undoubtedly one of the best Spanish female singers ever.

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