Sexenni, after experiencing a brilliant rise last year as a result of their first album ‘Retrats’, which contains hits like ‘Sarrià Boy’ or ‘De Lao’, the band from Lleida have already made some preview of what will be their next album. They recently presented ‘Houston’, a song that has already become the official song of the Volta Ciclista in Catalonia this 2023. Also, ‘Klk quieren las chicas’, a song with “disco” rhythms and indie sound where the locals ironize about the heavy ones that eat your ear all night long. A theme that has already become a success in record time! And just before introducing us to the summer hit, they released ‘Bora bora’, a single where the group goes on a trip to a paradisiacal atmosphere to the rhythm of cumbia with urban sounds.
Now yes, the anthem for this summer finally arrives! Sexenni presents us with ‘Per la borda’, the fourth single from their second LP that will be released next September. In this song, with “disco” rhythms and a festive sound, the people of Lleida welcome summer and disconnect from everything. The song tells the story of someone drowned by routine, caged at work, in the networks and in digital pressure, who decides to leave everything behind and start prioritizing all that really matters: love, good times, fun. … The lyrics combine a poetic and metaphorical register with references to popular culture, all while maintaining the satirical and casual tone that characterizes the group so much.
Thus, Sexenni continues with the sound line that he began to draw with his first single ‘Houston’, and they are committed to combining festive sound with wind instruments with synthetic textures typical of the 80s. In the production we have the member of the group Pep Saula and is accompanied by a video clip directed by Alba Muñoz that reaffirms the summer, festive and naval essence of the song!