Samuel Herrera the new exponent of Folk in Mexico

Samuel Herrera kicks off 2023 with the presentation of his second studio album accompanied by the promotional single “48 Horas”.

The norteño Psychobilly folk singer and composer Samuel Herrera starts the year with all the rhythm and very Mexican flavor with the release of his second studio album called “En las sobrias, en las ebrias y en las crudas”, which is available from the last January 13 on digital platforms, where he brings together a total of 8 songs such as Convéceme, Muy Buena Tarde, Me estas hacendo mucho está, the three singles he released in 2022, exploring various musical genres that will undoubtedly make you sing and dance all year

«En las sobrias, en las ebrias y en las crudas» is procreated in an environment of confinement, in the middle of a pandemic with unemployment, illness, heartbreak and drunkenness, exploring genres ranging from waltz, rockabilly, classical northern, jazz and even a corrido tumado, melancholic songs that belong to the new generation of duranguense music that is sounding top in the country, produced by Christian Bernadac.

This album is accompanied by its fourth single titled 48 hours, “a frantic song with hints of Rock and Roll and Rockabilly that tells the story of a long and sad drunkenness, where the subject in question remembers his ex and has a hard time accepting that he doesn’t he has been able to forget” mentions Samuel Herrera.

“This song is ideal to dedicate or send a subtle but forceful hint to that person who has you taking 48 hours straight.” the singer stands out.

Samuel Herrera is the new revelation exponent of Folk in Mexico, with a promising future, direct from the north of the country: Durango, who is in charge of making us sing and dance the “48 Hours” in «En las sobrias, en las ebrias y en en Las Crudas», an album with contributions from different musicians from Durango who belong to the new generation of local artists, how musicians who introduced new sounds to Samuel’s project, such as accordions, guitars and even tuba, as well as a couple of collaborations with Lázaro Cristóbal Comala and Anthony Escandón, distinguished artists from northern Mexico and art directors like Cano Subia, who was in charge of all the official videos.