With original compositions and a cinematographic narrative,
Future Natives Project seeks to depict the intricate identity of an upcoming generation without territorial imprint.
This composition portrays the emptiness and desolation of the vast open spaces found in the heart of Argentina's Andes region.
This first footprint of Future Natives Project evokes a Folk rhythm originally from the north-east of the country called Chamamé, which in Guaraní means "things you do with no plan or method."
"The sounds of the guitars in “Erial” invites you to travel and get lost in their creation.
Where do they take you? Wherever you want. Maybe somewhere in the Andes Mountains, or,
as the Chamamé rhythm evokes, to the coast of the Litoral River.
I personally close my eyes, and in a second, I travel 600 kilometers and land somewhere in La Pampa.
I walk the immensity of its endless horizon and its heavenly sky dyed in sunset. It is hard to put it in words,
but for this postcard this is the perfect soundtrack."