In the absence of four days to be able to have Hens’ second album in our hands, I don’t hate myself that muchWhat It will hit the market and platforms on April 14we can say that the countdown has already begun.

And it is that the Segovian artist has decided to offer his followers the fifth and last single of this new project at midnight on this Easter Monday: You messed up my sleep cycle. At the same time, this Monday Hens begins the presentations of the album in four cities, a very special event in which its subscribers will be able to listen live to some of the songs of the album and listen to it in its entirety. But beware, the exact locations are announced on the day of the event and admission will be free until full capacity is reached. The first stop in Valencia was unveiled a few minutes ago: Sala Repvblicca 2.

You messed up my sleep cycle It came almost by surprise in the form of a challenge for his fans. Less than 48 hours ago, the urban singer took to his social media to share a snippet of the song with the following message: “5000 comments and tomorrow night I’m going out ‘You fucked up my sleep cycle’ “. Said and done, the song is already ours to show us the work in which he continues to lead hand in hand with the artist and producer Pablo Rousswith whom he has formed a perfect duo since the beginning of his solo project.

If the last song we heard from Hens was about special friendships that change your life, in You messed up my sleep cycle He changes third but is still in the middle of open heart surgery to tell us about a relationship that must end: “The fifth time this month that we see each other, you left here but not my dreams. I don’t want to see you again or know how you are, I hope you don’t feel badHe” sings during his first verse.

A forced farewell due to the toxic nature of the bond itself: one that starts from idealization and destroys itself when expectations are not met. The hens say goodbye to recover the sleep cycle.

it joins like this Mom, someone for you, everything has changed there Count on me like the fifth preview of a disc in which continues to explore the pop rock genre with the accents of urban music that are already part of its sound and its trademark. A superb song that will not leave anyone indifferent.

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