Latinx rockers Divino Niño share Origins of candy new single “Melty Caramelo”: Stream

Origins is a recurring new music function that calls on musicians to look at and establish the inspirations behind their newest launch.

Divino Niño are very a lot a Chicago band, even when their origins are manner farther south. Like, South America south, the place guitarist Camilo Medina and bassist Javier Forero first met as children rising up in Bogotá, Colombia. It wasn’t till pure probability put them each in Miami years later, although, that they solid their true bonds of friendship — and music.

They transitioned to Chicago, the place they picked up guitarist Guillermo Rodriguez and drummer Pierce Codina. Collectively as Divino Niño, the band retain their Latinx influences whereas digging deep into their adopted hometown’s wealthy creative vitality. To symbolize each on their new document, Foam, they enlisted quite a lot of widespread native names. You possibly can hear Justin Vittori (Knox Fortune, Grapetooth) and Luke Henry all through the document, with the previous enjoying keys and auxiliary percussion whereas the latter contributes slide guitar. Twin Peaks’ Colin Croom, Gentle Excessive Membership’s Matt Roberts, and Paul Cherry all had a hand in producing the LP, which was combined with the help of Twin Peaks collaborator Andrew Humphrey.

The outcomes — a psychedelic, bilingual mix with a DIY punk spirit — could be heard on new single “Melty Caramelo”. As delectably gooey because the title suggests, the monitor slides alongside a romantic guitar melody. Across the recurring line is a twinkling array of orchestration, filled with echoing percussion and silky easy harmonies. Take a pay attention beneath.

Foam is out June 21st by way of Winspear.

For extra on what led Divino Niño to “Melty Caramelo”, Medina has damaged down the music’s Origins.

“The Joyful Present” Artwork Exhibition by Sagmeister and Walsh:

“The Joyful Present”, photograph by way of Sagmeister and Walsh

A small part of the present talks about how the start of a relationship is often all about “passionate love” which sends plenty of dopamine to the mind, nevertheless it solely lasts six-eight months. After this era the connection slowly transforms to “compassionate love” which turns into stronger with time. “Melty Caramelo” is my manner of narrating what “compassionate love” seems wish to me.

“Detalles” — Roberto Carlos:

This music has a repetitive chord development however the orchestration offers it a stupendous narrative, and we needed to attempt that for “Melty Caramelo.”

“By no means, By no means Gonna Give Ya Up” — Barry White:

This music has a cool hypnotic harpsichord and a punchy drum beat. We needed this vibe, particularly within the second half of the music.

“Sittin’ Up In My Room” — Brandy:

The melody and vocal textures within the refrain are so cool. We tried an actual bootleg model of this for the second half of Melty

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