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Juan Wauters shares “Dos” — track of upcoming LP ‘Introducing Juan Pablo’ out May 31 on Captured Tracks

Juan Wauters will release his latest, Introducing Juan Pablo, on May 31 via Captured Tracks. Today, he shares the bright and playful album track “Dos,” which is sung in his native Spanish.  Of the single Wauters notes, “I recorded the song during a time in which I decided to separate from the idea of recording only at studios and come back to the comfort of recording at my own pace. On this particular version of ‘Dos,’ I hear the sound of a music that to describes Montevideo, the city were I was born. The harmonium solo was done in a way to emulate the sound of a bandoneon in the way Astor Piazzolla would play it.  The song talks about the complexities of a love story.”

LISTEN TO “DOS” HERE

Pre-order Link for Introducing Juan Pablo HERE

Track Listing:

1. Super Talking

2. Doing Alright

3. Rubia

4. Letter

5. Bolero (Maurice Ravel)

6. Mystery

7. Lonely

8. Mountain

9. Jaime Tortuga

10. El Hombre de la Calle

11. Dos

12. What You Gonna Do

13. Letter (Feat. Maxine)

14. Crazy Funny (Feat. Maxine)

15. Lora

16. Straighten Up and Lose

17. Saludos

Juan Wauters Live Dates: 

05/15 – Leon, MX – El Callejón

05/16 – Guadalajara, MX – Café Bretón

05/17 – Guanajuato, MX – Antigua Bar

05/18 – Tijuana, MX – Cine Tonalá Tijuana

05/24 – Bogotá, CO – Espacio Odeón

05/25 – Medellín, CO – Teatro Pablo Tobón Uribe

06/09 – Paris, FR – Villet Sonique Festival

06/14-06/15 – Merthyr Mawr, UK – Camp Elsewhere Festival

07/17-07/21 – Lugano, CH – Lugano Buskers Festival

08/01-08/04 – Valle D’Itria, IT – VIVA! Festival

08/03 – Katowice, PL – OFF Festival

08/09 – Amsterdam, NL – De School

08/10 – Ghent, BE – Different Class Festival

08/16 – Leysin, CH – Hautes Fréquences

08/17 – Bioul, BE – LA Carrière Festival

10/29 – Utrecht, NL – EKKP

11/01 – Brighton, UK – Latest Music Bar

11/02 – Leeds, UK – Headrow House

11/03 – Manchester, UK – The Castle

11/04 – Glasgow, UK – Nice N Sleazys

11/06 – London, UK – The Lexington

11/07 – Brugge, BE – Cactus

11/08 – Brussels, BE – Botanique, Witloof Bar

11/14 – St. Gallen, CH – Palace

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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