Columbian pop group Bomba Estéreo unleashed their second three-song drop of the year today. The Aire EP contains the tracks "Ahora," "Profundo" & "Se Acabó," and comes a few months after the band shared "Deja," "Soledad," and "Agua" featuring Lido Pimienta. As ever, the band's unique alchemy of electronic programming and tropical music traditions make for vibrant and joyful listens.
The rollout of new music will culminate with the release of Deja, Bomba Estéreo''s new album, out on July 2. "The album is about the connection and disconnection of human beings—from the planet, from one’s own self,” Bomba Estéreo's singer Li Saumet wrote in a statement. “It’s about how we’re disconnected, more connected to electronic devices and virtual things than real things. So we decided to use the four elements, because they’re part of the equilibrium of human beings.”
Listen to the Aire EP.