Cities like New York have had anthems come from the days of Sinatra to the current ones owned by Jay Z and Alicia Keys, but out west – where’s the love for Los Angeles? Well, it’s coming by way of Almaden’s latest pop single, “LA.” The perfect homage to the City of Angels, it’s as chill as a day on the sand that lines the Golden State.
A family affair, brothers Luis, Ramon, Fili, Javier, their sister Maria, and their father Salvador Reynosa started making music together in 1974 as Almaden. After creating some wonderful sounds together, they decided to embark on other ventures in the late ’80s. In recent years Luis, Ramon, and Fili decided to get the band back together and pen a song for the city that has always been home, Los Angeles.
With a ’70s singer-songwriter influence, “LA’s” throwback moments can transport listeners to the days before the 405 was jam-packed and there were fewer stars on the Walk of Fame. It’s simple, pleasant composition paired with the easygoing vocals is a dream listen for most, and a song one could easily imagine in a scene to their favorite period piece set in anywhere from the ’70s to today.
Those interested in adding some California cool pop to their playlists, reviewing “LA,” incorporating the song into their production, or interviewing Almaden can reach out via the information provided below.
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Almaden has Los Angeles’ new anthem with their latest pop single, “LA.”
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