Sunday, June 12, 2011

Mana: "Social networks enhance the clandestine love affair"

The Mexican rock group Maná got relief Sunday while filming the video of her clandestine love theme that social networks, in addition to its many uses, enhance the love secrets. "It is a present reality, the connections between people through cyberspace becoming more fashionable to love counter, for better or for worse, and there are studies that support it," mused the band leader, vocalist Fher Olvera.

Among the joke and seriousness, the interpreter also said that this type of relationship has always existed and that "everyone has had at least one" as it portrayed the three stories that make up the concept of the video they were shooting. The chosen location to film the video for the second single from the album Drama and light was an old and dilapidated opera in Mexico City, recently declared a national heritage.

The theme was chosen to shoot a video in conjunction by Maná and their fans on Facebook, revealed drummer Alex González. The group will launch their tour to promote the album next week in Puerto Rico, where travel to the U.S. and Spain, and in October will bring to Mexico. To date, Maná has a discography of 10 CDs and five collections, more than 20 million albums sold worldwide and hits such as Living without air, When angels cry, in the San Blas dock and Stuck in a bar.

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