The best moments are those that lie ahead. This cover letter from the Shinova group serves as their cover letter this year. After a year in which their plans for a band were altered by the health crisis, they will be starting a tour of Alcala la Real on Friday, August 14. Their 'new energy', which they emit in their songs and from the play of words that gave rise to the band's name, will still be available in Alcala la Real. They will also return to this town to share the magic that can only happen live. Gabriel de la Rosa, the band's vocalist, was interviewed by IDEAL to learn more about the band and the music industry. According to Shinova, this sector has great professionals who strive to make this new reality as safe as possible. We can travel and escape from the truths that we have to live, this vocalist says.
Although the Shinova group has been through many stages since its inception in 2018, Gabriel de la Rosa acknowledged that "right now, we have in our hands some of the most memorable songs we've ever released." He recalled that the beginnings of the group were made on MySpace. "We saw that our work was liked so we decided to launch ourselves." He pointed out that the group he was part of "enjoys live musical performances a lot." It is where we learn the most and find meaning in what it is we do>>. This is why the desire to be back on the stage is so great. The new album, which should have been recorded during the pandemic, was delayed. However, it offered advancements such as the song "Idolos", with which "we have achieved an acceptance like no other with one song."
He said that even though we are now past and in a difficult situation, they took advantage of the quarantine period and worked, while having to adjust to changes in their work and rhythms. "Music, reading, and watching movies have been what we all needed during this time." De la Rosa said that traveling through culture was his goal. They had the chance to take part in various charity actions, such as the Yo me quedo en casa Festival and other actions to help the Red Cross. It has kept them active and also helped to launch some songs with people who work from home.
Their lyrics are based on their experiences in life. The work changes with the person. Gabriel de la Rosa said that music is the same. They are not sure what their style is as they enjoy "experimenting with new elements and adding them to our music because that's how we grow." They share their love for the game with the public. Without it, none of this would make sense. It is that magic and that energy they hope to experience again in the municipality.
"One thing that has been evident in these months is the fact that the concerts have been safe spaces. "We hope everyone is wearing their masks and following the safety and health precautions so that we all enjoy that moment," de la Rosa said about the August 14 performance. It is a moment that will be remembered by the band because it marks the end of months of hard work and the first time they have stepped on a stage where they can "enjoy leaving their hearts behind".