the anthem of the singer of La Pegatina during the quarantine

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the anthem of the singer of La Pegatina during the quarantine





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A total of 16 artists have participated in the creation of ‘Stay in your house’ (Photo: YouTube)


Confinement due to the crisis of coronavirus He is bringing out the best in many people, who want to show their side of solidarity with others. While some help to make purchases for those who cannot or should not leave the house, others try to put their talent at the service of others so that the hours of compulsory confinement at home are more bearable.

Thus, a multitude of solidarity ideas have emerged between national and foreign artists, who offer free concerts through social networks. And one of the best exponents of this movement has been the I Stay at Home Festival, in which different singers participate every weekend to do their bit to overcome this crisis.

Now, the creators of the festival have released their own official anthem. It is called, how could it be otherwise, ‘Stay at your house’ and a lot of artists have participated: La Pegatina, Alba Reig (Sweet California), Alvaro Soler, Andres (DVicio), Arnau Griso, Bely Basarte, Carlos Sadness, Dani Fernandez, David Otero, Funambulista, Ivan T. (Hall Effect), Maria Pelae, Mr. Kilombo, Rayden, Roi Mendez and Sofia Ellar, in addition to producer Tato Latorre.

A solidarity song

Adria Salas, singer of La Pegatina and composer of ‘La Venda played by Miki at Eurovision, is the creator of ‘Quedate en tu casa and knew he had something good on his hands from the first moment: “The truth is that these days one takes the guitar more and so fiddling I got the “stay home” chorus and I thought it was very powerful and deserved to be turned into something that could help people’s spirits. ”

I thought it was very powerful and deserved to be turned into something that could help people’s spirits

So Salas created all the lyrics and then the second step came, as he explained to RTVE: “I sent it to Tato Latorre, who is an incredible producer. And he told me that he was in charge, because he had to be in the He made all the music, the rest of the members of La Pegatina sent him audio tracks from home, and we started writing to friends artists we knew they had a microphone at home”.

The success was such that in a single week they were able to record the song and that the producer Chobichoba created the official video. This Wednesday they have launched it on the festival’s official YouTube channel with great success: 250,000 views in the first 24 hours and a lot of travel on social media. Without a doubt, they have contributed a handful of grains of sand to help overcome this confinement.

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