Puente Alto de Chile’s fusion rock folkloric kids of Enjundia are back, and this time they’re alarming the interweb with a sociopolitical anthem of a music video that screams “we’re still occupying the streets with ferver.” “Flor de Libertad,” the title-track of their latest EP (free download HERE), takes you on a contemporary approach by intermixing experimental jazz riffs to some traditional choppy marching thumps often heard in protests, like the one featured in Enjundia’s debut music video. The quartet takes you to the streets of Santiago where thousands of protesters collide with police mobs — burning flames rise high while b-boys continue to breakdance away.
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