A unique singing and tones of independence: After a long silent stage due to her father’s dead, Mia Salazar comes back with her band Big Head Troubled Boy and her third record, Yellow, This album is a short compilation of seven tracks that sound a lot noisier than before. Mia Salazar has co-produced the album herself and is the first time she has recorded in Barcelona with a local band.

Big Head Troubled Boy started its career in 2009 releasing Broken. After that, in 2012, along with the jazz trio Guerilla Sound, Big Head published a second album called San Antonio. It is from this album that they have taken the track Stop the Cars to turn it electrical for Yellow. Mia Salazar has been a musician for 15 years and has developed her style as an artist in London. She is a traveller who has written from commercial House for cash to Mexican rancheras to claim her own roots with pride.

Flor Gragera de León, EL PAÍS

Big Head Troubled Boy, Stop the Cars
Big Head Troubled Boy, Stop the Cars
Big Head Troubled Boy, Stop the Cars
Big Head Troubled Boy, Stop the Cars
Big Head Troubled Boy, Stop the Cars
Big Head Troubled Boy, Stop the Cars

Production_The Furious Sessions
Direction_RiD Produccions
Cameramen_Bernat RuedaJoel Brooks, Emili Mas and Luiso Ces
Sound_Alberto Perez_Sol de Sants
Editing_Bernat Rueda_RiD Produccions
Still photo_Bernat Rueda

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