Two-time Latin GRAMMY winners La Vida Bohème have released a visual introduction to their new album La Lucha.
Filmed in La Vida Bohème's native Venezuela by Johan Verhook, the short film starts with an introduction from former Uruguayan President José Mujica and features a cast and crew made up of Santa Fe de Sucre locals. It premiered exclusively on Billboard and Noisey.
It was an almost year-long journey between Mexico City and Puerto Rico to record the album, which was recorded and produced by Eduardo Cabra (Visitante from Calle 13) and La Vida Bohème. La Lucha is the follow-up to their critically-acclaimed Será, rounding an aptly titled trilogy, "Nuestra Será La Lucha" (Ours will be the struggle).
You can stream the album here and pre-order it anywhere music is sold, which will include an immediate download of "Você."
Press release courtesy of Nacional Records