Spain: Ruth Lorenzo’s Gigantes video released

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The highly anticipated music video of Ruth Lorenzo’s first single Gigantes is out in the open. As out in the open as was the shooting of the clip.

She had been announcing it day by day… Her fans were craving it and now they can enjoy it as much as they want.

Earlier this month Ruth Lorenzo released Gigantes, the first single of her first studio album Planeta Azul. The song is now supported by a powerful music video that perfectly matches the tones and beats of the track.

Out in the dessert, draped by the rays of the sunset in a series of different robes, Ruth Lorenzo makes a vigorous display of her performing abilities. Not a live performance, of course; but the look in her eyes and the moves of her body do proclaim the might of the lyrics and the force of the music.

To top it all, by the end of the video eight dancers join Ruth in quite a fervent routine. She had already danced in her previous music video, Dancing in the rain. For her Eurovision entry, she picked a quiet dancing style. What we see in Gigantes has a slightly hotter touch…

Just click below to start enjoying it.

CD-signing for Planeta Azul

Ruth Lorenzo has announced the schedule of her upcoming CD-signing sessions as part of the promotion of Planeta Azul in five Spanish cities. These are the dates and locations:

Monday 27 October: Murcia, Carrefour Atalaya (C.C. Atalaya); from 17:00 to 19:00 CET.

Tuesday 28 October: Madrid, FNAC Parquesur (C.C. Parquesur); from 18:30 to 20:30 CET.

Wednesday 29 October: Barcelona, FNAC Diagonal Mar (C.C. Diagonal Mar); from 18:30 to 20:30 CET.

Thursday 30 October: Alicante, Carrefour Pta. Alicante (C.C. Puerta Alicante); from 18:30 to 20:30 CET.

Friday 31 October: Castellón, MediaMarkt; from 18:30 to 20:30 CET.

The sessions in Madrid and Barcelona will include a showcase.

Ruth Lorenzo represented Spain in the latest Eurovision Song Contest with Dancing in the rain.

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So… how do you like it? A bit different from the lats one, right? Please leave us a message stating your opinion about the music video.