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September 24, 2021 to September 25, 2021
11:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Cubaocho Museum & Performing Arts Center, 1465 Southwest 8th Street,, Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States, 33135

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LPT ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM\ \ SE QUEMA EL MUNDO IS OUT OCTOBER 15, 2021\ \ \ \ TITLE TRACK & VIDEO OUT NOW\ \\ \ \ \ \ \ When LPT emerged with their debut album Sin Parar (2018), it was met with critical acclaim (Billboard, Sounds & Colours, PopMatters, and more), leading them to win the “Best Latin Album at the 18th Annual Independent Music Awards” and resulted in a very busy touring schedule. Then their momentum came to a crashing halt when COVID-19 hit, making it all disappear. Instead of sulking in the tough times, the band dusted themselves off, re-grouped and got back into the studio to create their most personal and powerful release to date. The album, Se Quema El Mundo was born both out of frustration and perseverance, and is the band’s response to the low points of the pandemic. The album is out October 15, 2021 and is preceded by the title track and video (, which has already gained support from NPR Alt.Latino and Jazziz.\ \ The album title, Se Quema El Mundo (The World is Burning) is aptly titled to reflect these times. Lead vocalist Josué A. Cruz expresses, “The album name taken from our title track is, yes, the world is burning, but we are all just trying to find a way to continue. We’re all working on not failing. The world is burning and here’s what we’re doing about it. This is our hopeful contribution to the eventual, positive resolution of things. We wanted to find inspiration in adversity. Not just through the global pandemic, but all of the adversity that we share in as a community and as humans.” He adds, “The noise gets maddening and so obtrusive that the world actually seems to be burning. Hell, some days the world actually IS burning: heat waves, wild fires, oil spills. All of the heated exchanges between humans that fry nerve endings. All of it. But, we still have to move forward as a people. Eradicate all of the poisons that ruin us: racism, poverty, inequality. We still have to find
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