Video: Leo García's "Lo que es vivir sin mí" [ARG]

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A couple of years ago, Alex Anwandter asked you, “How can you live with yourself?” Now Leo García tells you what it’s like to live without him. A lot of existentialism lately in our South American queer pop?

Besides being a legit gay icon in Argentina, who made songs talking about Morrissey and Boy George, Leo is well known for once being Gustavo Cerati‘s protégé. In fact, if his peculiar eyebrow plucking technique looks familiar to you, it’s maybe because you’ve seen it many years ago on a classic Cerati video.

Algo Real is the title of Leo’s brand-new album and “Lo que es vivir sin mí” is the first single off it. It’s a short, simple but effective song, with none of those funny references to pop culture that were so present in his previous hits. There are still some dance floor moments on the album, as expected, but way more pop-rock songs that definitely show the influence of his master. The eyebrow remains the same.

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Download Leo García’s Algo Real below: