After being in bands such as Las Chillers or the duo Monterrossa, Rocío Saiz flies solo and at full speed with her debut album: “Amor Amargo” (Primavera Labels, 2021). Fresh and timeless electronic pop with which the actress, singer and TV host conjures up a cathartic dance to face painful ruptures, disagreements, insecurities and existential voids. Feelings that we have all felt at some point and perhaps tried to hide behind the routine. “Si mañana me muero te habré dicho que te quiero” made us dance crying, with “Nietas del Ruido” (together with Ariadna Paniagua of Los Punsetes) demolishes walls that do not let us see beyond, in “El descanso del guerrero” she reminds us how important is knowing how to ask for help and in “Cortisol en sangre” sets fire to toxic relationships with a blazing dance-floor hit.