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Hello Seahorse! are one of Mexico's most acclaimed indie rock bands, whose cool but impassioned sound is dominated by pulsating keyboard lines and the breathy vocal stylings of lead singer Denise Gutiérrez. Released in 2009, Bestia was the band's second full-length album, and earned enthusiastic reviews in Mexico and the United States for its languid melodies and expressive musicianship. Songs include "Criminal," "Siberia," "Oso Polar," "El Segundo," "Del Cielo Se Caen," and more.

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Super cool!!!

Me encanta bestia!!!!

Lo mejor

¡Bestia es lo mejor! Me encanta. Le doy cinco estrellas ;)

5 stars!

Love this band! Another excellent song from Hello Seahorse! Desde Salt Lake City, Utah 5 Estrella's!

Biography

Formed: Mexico City, Mexico

Genre: Alternative & Rock in Spanish

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Mexican indie pop trio Hello Seahorse!, originally comprised of Denise Gutiérrez (aka Vanil'la Face and Lo Blondo), Oro de Neta, and Bonnz!, started putting together their first recordings in the early 2000s. Their debut full-length, ...And the Jellyfish Parade, came out in 2006; a mini-album, Hoy a las Ocho, was released on Magic Marker two years later. Both albums showcased a quirky, bubbly indie pop sound that nodded to acts like Architecture in Helsinki and It's a Musical! Hello Seahorse!'s sound...
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