The Bunkers launch live record of their remembered concert in full “social outbreak” | Arts and culture

Within a year since the start of the “social outbreak”, the Chilean gang The bunkers premiered one of the live records of his remembered presentation at Plaza Italia, today popularly renamed Plaza Dignidad, within the framework of his first and sporadic meeting since his recess in 2014.

The show took place in Santiago on December 13, 2019, and was held from a stage installed in a truck that reached the nerve center of the capital demonstrations.

The sequence focuses on one of the high points of that recital: the interpretation of Miño, one of his most iconic songs.

The video also shows images of the protests of those days, as well as the large crowd that gathered around the improvised stage.

That was not the only concert by Los Bunkers during the “social outbreak”: days later, they performed at the University of Concepción, where they repeated a massive attendance.

In the description of the video, the band dedicated words to the collaborators of this feat: “We want to thank our work team that accompanied us to give encouragement to the thousands of people who attended and who have been in the square week after week”, pointed out.

“All hanging behind the truck,” they added in the post, alluding to the lyrics of Miño and its genuine live version. Check the log, here.


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