From the very first note, Kablamo’s “Kind” is captivating. The opening riff is electric, and it sets the tone for the rest of the song perfectly. The verses are energetic and forward-moving, building up to the chorus which explodes with power. “Kind” is an indulgent jam that is sure to get your blood pumping. It’s captivating, energizing, and above all else, really damn catchy. We can’t get enough of it.

Kablamo’s debut EP is a captivating collection of energizing and at times vulnerable songs. Julia Bellontine and Santiago Coto’s powerful chemistry as a duo is evident from the first track, “Kind.” The song builds from intense to a full-blown anthem, with the group’s pensive vocals and thick guitar work carrying the listener along on an emotional journey. The production values are top-notch, with each element working together to create a rich, textured soundscape. But it’s the songwriting that really stands out on this EP. Every track is incredibly catchy, with lyrics that are both smart and relatable. It’s clear that Kablamo has a bright future ahead of them. This is a band to watch closely.

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