Nothing could be better for the Cinco de Mayo hangovers than a new video from one of the most important figures in Latin alternative rock. On May 6th, Enrique Bunbury released “Salvavidas” the fourth video and single from his latest album, Palosanto.
The video for “Salvavidas” was recorded during his last performance at the Telmex Auditorium in Guadalajara, Jalisco. Spanish director Alexis Morantes was at the helm for the 10th time. The working relationship between Bunbury and Morantes began with “De Todo El Mundo” from the album Las Consecuencias in 2010. Morantes received a Latin Grammy nomination for his work on the short film, “Licencidado Cantinas” in 2011. – “The Telmex Auditorium in Guadalajara was sold out and it was a great concert, a memorable magical night that is captured forever in this video ‘Salvavidas”, half black and white and half in color.” Stated Morantes.
Bunbury will be participating in a tribute to Mexican icon Ramon Ayala on the “Premios Los Angeles”, which will take place on May 28th in Los Angeles and will be televised on Sunday June 1st at 7 p.m. on the MundoFox TV network.
Beginning this summer and after successful tours of Mexico, Central and South America, Bunbury will be returning to his homeland in Spain and will take his Palosanto World Tour 2014 through Valladolid, Santiago de Compostela, Granada, Sevilla, Barcelona, Zaragoza, Bilbao, Madrid and Valencia.
In September, the tour will hit the U.S. and will be going through some of the most important cities like San Francisco, CA; Los Ángeles, CA; San Diego, CA; El Paso, TX; Houston, TX; Dallas, TX; Milwaukee, MI; Chicago, IL; Washington, DC; New York, NY and Miami, FL.
Press release courtesy of Criteria Entertainment.
Edited by Angel Aguilar
Photos by Angel Aguilar