I’m afflicted with a lot of disorders. I have music A.D.D. twenty-four seven, three-sixty-five. On the rare occasion I find something I dig I switch up my mentality from the A.D.D. to O.C.D. and go full force, sometimes sending songs on a three-peat ferris wheel with no intention of letting them go any time soon. This week my disorder-ly conduct dictated that Juan Zelada would be the latest addiction for my (not entirely unfortunate) affliction.
Lucky for me Zelada will be successfully satisfying my need to hear “breakfast in spitalfields” live and in living color when he plays the Troubadour in London tonight! All you eighteen and overs should invest in your tickets early as Zelada has apparently not just been serenading myself as of late, but has been made record of the week on Radio 2- so you’ve been forewarned that this event will be packed (his show last night for his single release was jampacked sardine style!)
Rewind to a few years back and Zelada had another musical diamond in the rough of the world wide web “the blues remain”- which should be listened to as well, the soulful outpouring of heart on his sleeve vocals and you’ll be permanently hooked. All I’m saying is that “Breakfast in Spitalfields” may catch your interest initially- but the rest of his various jams will fortify your musical tryst into a full-fledged relationship. I’m talking switching up your Facebook status from it’s complicated to you're in it to win it with Juan Zelada. Happy listening, and see you all at the show!