Spanish musicians play for comic relief, wear pajamas (or in one case, only a banana), entertain their kids, dance with their pets and get silly with cabin fever in the video for “Quédate En Tu Casa,” a new song created by seventeen artists in their respective homes for their fans in confinement.
The video comes as the Spanish public is in the second week of at-home lockdown. Diagnosed coronavirus cases have soared to more than 37,000, and the pandemic has claimed more lives in Spain than in China.
The song was created as the anthem for the #yomequedoencasafestival (I’m Staying Home Festival) a series of performances via Instagram Live that has run for the last two weekends, and will continue this Friday-Sunday (March 27, 28 and 29).
Artists featured in the video are: La Pegatina, Alba Reig of Sweet California, Álvaro Soler, Andrés of DVicio, Amau Gríso, Bely Basarte, Carlos Sadness, Dani Fernández, David Otero, Funambulista, Ivan T. of Efecto Pasillo, María Peláe, Mr. Kilombo, Rayden, Roi Mendez, Sofia Ellar and Tato Latorre. Barcelona production house Chobichoba created the clip.