Watch Pajaro Sunrise's Joyous 'Good to See You'

Madrid one-man band shares video for new album 'Kulturkatzenjammer'

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Chris Martins

Even if you don't know the Spanish word for "bird," Pajaro Sunrise is a name that connotes a certain natural beauty. That makes it a more-than-fitting handle for Madrid's Yuri Méndez Jr., whose music is a graceful combination of hushed folk and luminous production. On November 11, Lovemonk will release Kulturkatzenjammer, the man's fourth album and the first to strongly incorporate beats. Above you'll find "Good to See You," a prime example of what Pajaro Sunrise can accomplish with breathy vocals, slight strumming, and a little electronica. Meanwhile, the accompanying video travels to Bali, where we see surfing, cycling, and a whole lot of happy feet moving in time with the rhythm.

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