Indie pop rock quartet Pilas Bridge releases single “San Ignacio”, the fourth single from their upcoming debut album Old enough to know better. Filled with grungy guitar riffs that provide a high energy vibe, the track pays homage to one of the band’s greatest musical heroes. Iggy Pop.
Managing to balance a stripped-down soundscape that gives way to an explosive chorus, the track draws on dynamic vocals grounded in an intricate weave of percussion and synth sounds, with an awe-inspiring lyricism capturing the enduring legacy and Iggy Pop’s influence on the world of popular music. music.
Speaking on the track, the band commented, “This song casts Iggy in a biblical light. His transformative gospel, unleashed in the 60s on an unsuspecting musical audience, changed the course of history. A saint for rock ‘n’ roll believers, all that remains is to say, “Hi, San Ignacio.”
An act born from a chance encounter in 2017, Ponte Pilas began to build his art based on a shared approach that turns out to be witty and charming, connecting with people. The Scottish-Ecuadorian quartet which has slowly and steadily evolved into a more social and political consciousness with serious themes, is constantly evolving – highlighted by a
Go from the fun melody of previous track “Vegetable Soup” to a heavier sound on this latest production – with plenty more to come from the experimental indie act this year.