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Album release "De Colores" | May 14, 2014

Official poster album released "De Colores" by the band ECOS

The Nicaraguan band Ecos released his first album.

Echoes, Nicaraguan band formed since 2008 launches this May 23 his first album titled: De Colores, with a free concert at 8:00 pm in the Alianza Francesa Managua

The music can be downloaded through a card carrying a code, which would be entered in the official web page. The card will have a nominal cost of US$1, as the goal is to share music.

The special guest of the evening will be electronic music Dj Memo. Afterwards, a series of concerts held around Nicaraguan territory.

The Album

The new album "De Colores" started production since late 2013. After 5 months of hard work and production in the Studies La Gotera, the band is ready to release the album in a live concert on May 23 in the Alianza Francesa Managua

De Colores comes from the appreciation of the differences of each special and unique human being and their infinite range of colors and personalities.

The album features 10 songs with which they have attempted to summarize a musical career of 5 years. The themes of the songs vary between positivism and acceptance of who we are, sometimes close to feelings of confusion, self-deception and love and focusing on the ways in which we are affected by human relationships.

About The Band

In 2008, ECOS began to develop an alternative musical style rockpop, composed by Pavel Palma Vaughan, director, composer, guitarist and vocal. Alejandra Rodriguez Serrano, vocalist and songwriter. Augustus Vaughan, guitarist. Amahruc Arróliga bassist and Rodrigo Castro drummer and producer of the album "De Colores".

From the beginning until today, they have managed to share the stage with the most outstanding bands in the country in different events, including major event like "Son Nica". They have also produced 3 songs: "A thousand quintals of Illusion" from Otto de La Rocha, "There goes the Pain" by Luis Enrique Mejia Godoy, and "Angel of Mine" by Ricardo Palma.

Translated by Vanessa Aragón