Alvaro Diaz immortalizes the vicissitudes of heartbreak in “Sayonara”

Alvaro Diaz immortalizes the vicissitudes of heartbreak in “Sayonara”

After two yearsthe urban exponent Alvaro Diaz puts an end to the #FreeSayonara movement with the release of his fifth studio albuman avant-garde proposal of 20 songs that navigates the different phases and vicissitudes of heartbreak from the characteristic urban rhythms, pop-punkand returning to its roots of Rap hip hop until the electronics.

“Sayonara” is a word Japanese used to say goodbye. However, Jorge Alvaro Diaz Rodriguez, the artist’s first name, better known as Alvaritodoes not say goodbye to music.

While Diaz Rodriguez’s fourth album “Happyland” addressed 16 songs that capture the joy and happiness that love arouses – a relationship that ultimately disintegrates, although without an end point – the concept of the new record production from the artist takes up this story, relying on this metaphor to “say goodbye to your love”.

The musical and emotional sequence starts with a nightmare representing the state of thinking about and frustration for that person whom Diaz Rodriguez lost, addressing the phase of denial and distraction in the face of emotional pain.

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