(Earshot) Italy's Jaguero returns with a new EP, titled "New Love," out now digitally via Epidemic Records, along with a limited edition on colored vinyl that includes the debut EP ("Worst Weekend Ever") and the new EP, bringing Jaguero's music to physical format for the first time.
After garnering acclaim with their debut EP "Worst Weekend Ever," Jaguero (a band born from the collaboration of members of bands such as Regarde, Slander and La Fortuna) have consolidated their creative and musical identity in a new concentrated 5-track EP, which builds on its predecessor while opening up to new horizons.
"New Love" EP has a specific direction in the evocative imagery created by the band. In the hustle and bustle of daily life, where routine becomes the norm and responsibilities overwhelm us, we often get lost in the labyrinth of our memories. It is in these moments of reverie that Jaguero's EP "New Love" comes to life, offering a simple soundtrack to the existence of the common man. This EP, the second chapter in the band's musical evolution, delves into our human experience, where emotions are intertwined with the present.
On this new release, the band adds: "The New Love EP is another small collection of songs about the narrative of life's ups and downs. Each track resonates with our own experiences, offering a glimpse into the average human being. Thanks to Epidemic Records, the New Love EP will be promoted in the United States and Europe, carrying one simple message: as life swells and recedes, we will constantly improve and become better ourselves."