Cafe Tacvba Premieres Trippy New 'Futuro' Video

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Café Tacvba, "Futuro"

Café Tacvba's new music video "Futuro" is very trippy.

In the new clip, which dropped Monday (Jan. 30), the band, dressed in bizarre costumes, is en route to an unknown destination on a bus full of odd characters (from the pope to Donald Trump). Needless to say, the audiovisual production goes along with the song's sinister, yet hopeful, message. 

"The relationship between life and death and the perception of time are two themes that 'Futuro' explores without solemnity or optimism," Quique Rangel, who penned the lyrics and shares vocals with lead singer Rubén Albarrán on the track, said about "Futuro" in a statement. "But it also points to a brighter promise if we allow ourselves to recognize the here and now (without the desire to be a self-help song)." 

"Futuro" is the second single from their forthcoming studio album, due this spring. 

The video was filmed in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and co-directed by Albarrán and Diego Tucci. Watch "Futuro" below: 

Upcoming tour dates for Cafeta include concerts in Anaheim, Calif., on March 9 & 10, in New York on April 20 and Los Angeles on Sept. 17.

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