Venezuelan Alt-Rock Band Le' Cinema Speaks Out With Protest Song 'Resistencia'

Le' Cinema
Courtesy of Billboard Venezuela

Le' Cinema

Rock has always expressed feelings of anger, disagreement and disappointment about the state of the world -- making it the perfect music for Venezuela right now as the country deals with difficult circumstances and a socio-political crisis.

Many musicians have spoken out against the conflict between the government and the protesters that has put Venezuela in the international news. In five months, more than 100 have died and most citizens disapprove of the government's plans.

About this and more, young rock band Le' Cinema released their new single, "Resistencia," expressing their stance against the confrontation in a way only rock can.

"This is a shout that is trying to inspire and build that one who is looking for a better country, with special dedication to those fallen brothers in this fight for Venezuela's freedom," the band said about this new song and lyric video.

Le' Cinema hopes to give their Venezuelan fans feelings of empowerment and hope as the band prepares for their debut EP, influenced by Foo Fighters, <a href="articles/news/international/7858107/venezuela-viniloversus-days-of-exile-english-album">Viniloversus</a> and La Vida Bohème.  

Watch Le' Cinema's "Resistencia" official lyric video:
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