Sin Leche releases new single ‘El Baño’

The international rock artist known as Sin Leche has released his latest culture-crossing single, “El Baño.” The track has been proudly released on the American Values Latin independent record label without direction from the corporate music industry. It is the most prominent official release from Sin Leche since his 2015 track, “Cielo Azul.” Aggressive, grooving, and striking in its social conscientiousness, “El Baño” stands as the latest reason for rock fans to take note of this exciting Panamanian artist from New York.
As can be seen in the single’s cover art, “El Baño” is a song about tolerance which has themes of gender equality at its heart.

Sin Leche says of this, “’El Baño’ is about having tolerance and remembering that we can all experience things that seem far fetched. It’s about being honest with ourselves and with others to avoid hurting the ones we love.”
Asked to describe his influences for “El Baño,” Sin Leche names only James Brown and AC/DC. While the heavy guitars in “El Baño” are more reminiscent of AC/DC than James Brown, there’s plenty of rhythm in Leche’s new single which denotes his deep love for the Godfather of Soul. This affinity runs so powerfully in Sin Leche, in fact, that when asked about his start in music, he states that it was at the age of 11 after attending a James Brown concert that he decided to start making his own.

Panama-born Sin Leche’s current official bio describes him as also known as Septimus (usually stylized SEPTIMUS). Both Sin Leche and Septimus blend various musical genres and cultures to achieve a worldly, international sound which reflects Sin Leche’s multicultural roots, himself.

“El Baño” by Sin Leche is available from over 700 digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, Latin rock fans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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Sin Leche releases new dance single ‘Cielo Azul’

The artist of Latin pop known as Sin Leche has released his latest dance single, “Cielo Azul.” The new single is currently the most widely available material from Sin Leche, and also has the distinction of being the first Sin Leche single to be sung en español, making it their most significant debut on several levels. It has been proudly released on the American Values Latin independent record label without the direction or financial support of the corporate music industry.

Bringing plenty of ritmo Latino, rock ‘n’ roll and pop flavors, as well as healthy doses of social commentary, “Cielo Azul” is a prominent dance release for music fans everywhere at the end of 2015.

Sin Leche is a music project from the music producer known internationally as Septimus (usually stylized SEPTIMUS). His new “Cielo Azul,” or “Blue Sky” in English, blends many styles of music for a sound and tone that is indicative of the international roots from which Septimus and his music come.

Sin Leche originated in the Central American nation of Panama, then made a move to faraway New York before settling 1,800 miles away in Texas. With so much geography having passed under his shoes, it should come as no surprise that “Cielo Azul” doesn’t sound like it came from one place or another. On the contrary, it sounds exceptionally Pan-American.

“This is a project of Latin pop music mostly with a rock flavor, but not limited to any one style of music,” Septimus writes.

With a steady back beat, lots of guitar and prominent vocals, “Cielo Azul” is a track well suited for play by nightclub DJs, private parties, headphones, and casual listening on car stereos. But it isn’t all just about the music for Septimus.

American Values Latin writes of this, “Sin Leche was started by SEPTIMUS to release sociopolitical music in Spanish to help empower Latinos. It’s a song about empowerment no matter who you are or what you do don’t allow others to define or limit [for] you.”
“Cielo Azul” by Sin Leche is available online worldwide.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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