REYKO Releases “Hierba Mala”

Following the release of their stunning recent single “Lose Myself”, London-based electro-pop duo REYKO have followed up swiftly with the brand new video for their new single “Hierba Mala“. Sending it over as I thought as it might be one for the site.

Watch “Hierba Mala” –

Their latest release is a brooding, downtempo, dance track, keeping in style with their unique musical palette. Translating in Spanish as “bad weed”, the track refers to a toxic person that is very hard to get rid of – in their words ‘bad weed never dies’ or ‘hierba mala nunca muere’. Complimented with a video, we see the pair wandering through the city streets, capturing the same melancholy present in the track.

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