"Altospeaker" is SMF's fourth studio album and the first to be produced entirely by themselves; especially by their guitarist, Xurxo G. Grandal, who was in charge of recording and mixing. Mastered at MetroMastering in A Coruña and released on vinyl, CD and digital platforms by Radix Records.And thanks to that, precisely to that, to knowing what they want and how they want it, they recorded the album they always wanted to record. Giving more forcefulness and darkness to their sound, giving a sensation of density and sonic strenght that they hadn't achieved before. All these sonorities make "Altospeaker" an album with the perfect level of maturity.Nine tracks where, above all, SMF's personality stands out in the compositions over the influences that can be appreciated and evidenced, as in any other band. A personality that has been tanned in four studio albums, an EP debut, a live acoustic album and more than a hundred concerts around the country.The album is a journey through three years of pandemic and uncertain futures, enveloping melodies, powerful grooves and massive riffs."Altospeaker" is winter music, broken speakers, liberating anxiety, a thundering turbo diesel engine, a sandstorm, a happy hangover and SMF's best album to date.People just need to hear about it, it would be a shame if it wasn't enjoyed as it deserves to be. And that, partly, is also up to you.
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