Las Cobras 

“…just to play at nights, when the sun goes down, and then up.”

26 / 08 - Berlin (D)

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Der Weiße Hase

Revaler Str. 9910245 Berlin

10245 Berlin

Deutschland

29 / 08 - Eindhoven (NL)

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Fuzz Club Festival

De Effenaar

Dommelstraat 2

5611 CK Eindhoven

Nederland

30 / 08 - Book now

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03 / 09 - Aberdeen (UK)

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The Tunnels

Carnegie’s Brae

Aberdeen AB10 1BF

Scotland

04 / 09 - Glasgow (UK)

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05 / 09 - Manchester (UK)

Astral Elevator

The Peer Hat

14-16 Faraday Street

M1 1BE Manchester,

England

BIO

Bandmembers

Lean: vox, guitars

Sofi: vox, keys

Diego: drums

Dari: bass

Residence: Canelones (Uruguay) 

Record label: Fuzz Club Records

Their Story

Emerging out of the small Uruguayan city of Canelones, in 2017 a new band named Las Cobras released their debut recordings – a 9-track album called ‘Temporal’ – and instantly became a name on the tongues of those tapped into the trans-Atlantic psychedelic underground. A couple of years on and the duo comprised of Leandro Rebellato and Sofía Aguerre are now gearing up to release their highly-anticipated sophomore album ‘Selva’ (translating from Spanish to ‘Jungle’.)

 On their debut, Las Cobras magnificently fused together with a cocktail of proto-punk and murky shoegaze with traces of afrobeat and Tropicalia, but throughout ‘Selva’ the band can be found taking all of those elements and cranking them up to 11. Nestled in-between the swirling, ethereal noise of the closing tracks (‘Voices’ and ‘The Color Of Dawn’), there are far darker and distorted moments like ‘Down Low’ with its mechanical drum-machine and gloomy neo-psych guitars, then the menacing ‘Evil In Your Eyes’ which is driven by a nasty fuzzed-out bassline and the dual vocals of Leandro and Sofia – both gravelly and entrancing, respectively.

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