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'Pozible Campaign' for Folk Festival faves 'Malcura's new album - blog post image

'Pozible Campaign' for Folk Festival faves 'Malcura's new album

The Spanish-guitar shredders have been overwhelmed with support from music lovers all over Australia, with their Pozible Campaign already raising over $10,000 for their upcoming album, “Malcura II”, with 7 days still to go



The new album, which will be produced by Tyson Fish (Vance Joy) and mastered by Forrester Savell (Karnivool), is shaping up to be a belter - with plans for a double gatefold vinyl release upon completion. Alongside a swathe of conga-line-inducing original tracks, the album will also feature Malcura’s Flamenco version of the “Gerudo Valley” theme from Zelda, which has been a YouTube mega hit for the band - amassing nearly 3 million views.

If Malcura can reach their stretch target of $15,000 - they will achieve their goal of making professional music videos for two of the singles that will be released from the new album - providing some exciting visual accompaniment to take their album to the next level!

Check out the amazing range of Perks available in Malcura’s Pozible Campaign here: https://pozible.com/project/malcura-ii-album-fundraiser

Malcura, who have been touring relentlessly over the past eighteen months, performing at New Years Evie, Illawarra Folk Festival andBlue Mountains Music Festival. Lucky locals were treated to a live performance over the weekend in the Baroque Room (Carrington Hotel, Katoomba). Needless to say, hearing Malcura perform is a treasured experience for all, guaranteed to turn listeners into serious diehard fans of flamenco!

Malcura II’s Fundraising Page

Malcura’s Site

Malcura’s Facebook


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