Listen: Pumarosa share ‘Piano Sessions Unplugged’ EP and Spanish versions of ‘Priestess’ and ‘Lion’s Den’

Pumarosa share ‘Piano Sessions Unplugged’ EP and Spanish versions of ‘Priestess’ and ‘Lion’s Den’

The band are currently on a UK headline tour, and will support Depeche Mode later this month.

Pumarosa are currently mid-way through their biggest UK tour to date, and have shared a new ‘Piano Sessions Unplugged’ EP.

The new collection features re-worked tracks from the band’s excellent debut album ‘The Witch’ from earlier this year.

In addition to the new piano-based versions of ‘Priestess’, ‘Lion’s Den’ and the album’s title track - all of which come with new videos of the EP being performed live - Pumarosa have also shared two new Spanish versions of ‘Priestess’ (‘Sacerdotisa’) and ‘Lion’s Den’ (‘La Guardida Del Leon’).

Talking about the new versions to Q, vocalist Isabel Munoz-Newsome says: “politically there’s this separatist theme, and the Spanish government is shutting it down in a violent way.

“You can’t just shut down an opinion, so we’re releasing something like ‘Lion’s Den’ because it’s essentially about the ruling classes, and being heard. I hope that these will translate and they’ll hear them.”

Listen to all the new Pumarosa tracks and view the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

04 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
05 Bristol, Thekla
06 London, Electric Brixton
09 Torino, Palpa Alpitour*
10 Milan, Circolo Magnolia
11 Torino, Palpa Alpitour*
13 Bologna, Unipol Arena*
16 Madrid, Wizink Centre*

09 Copenhagen, Royal Arena*
11 Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena*
12 Rotterdam, Rotown
13 Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome*
14 Amsterdam, Paradiso Nord
15 Cologne, Lanxess Arena*
16 Gent, Nest
17 Paris, Le Point Ephemere

Photo: Mike Massaro / DIY

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