Juana Molina’s inventive new single “Cosoco” is a great promise for her forthcoming album “Halo”, out on May 5th.
Juana Molina doesn’t need much of a introduction: she’s probably one of the most well-known Argentinean musicians outside of her country, having a big fanbase particularly in countries like Japan or USA.
She started her career as a comedian in the early 90s (still funny if you see those sketches today), but in 1996 she released her debut album as a solo artist. Her second album “Segundo” (2000) was acclaimed worldwide and cleared the way for what was coming.
Usually labeled as a folktrónica artist, she always pursued the most crafted experimental songs in the following albums, “Tres cosas”, “Son”, “Un día” and “Wed 21”.
In May, she’ll be releasing her seventh album, “Halo”, also via Belgian label Crammed Discs. The first song that we can hear in advance is “Cosoco”, another piece of magic delivered by our favorite “good witch”.