Nia Vanie shows how she came into the world in her first EP: ‘Calata’

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Calatos is how we come into the world. Calatos is how we are when we take off everything and show everything: our scars, our wrinkles, hairs, etc. Being calatos is the most real and first form of vulnerability that we have, he mentions Nia Vanie.

The EP “Calata” talks about what is underneath everything we wear for the day to day (physically and emotionally), the real thing, which many times is not perfect and that we reject but that it is us and that it is beautiful just because that. The 5 songs “show us everything” but in a simple, intimate, and even tender and fun way, seeking that we embrace all that we keep for ourselves, but which is no less valid for that.

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The release of the EP is accompanied by a web miniseries, consisting of 5 chapters. 5 sensory experiences that make an emotional journey through each of the songs, allowing the audience to identify themselves in very everyday and emotionally complex situations at the same time.

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Calata was composed by the Peruvian singer-songwriter Nia Vanie, it was produced and mixed by David Chang at Elisa Records (Peru), and mastered by Francisco Holzman (MonLaferte, Alex Anwandter, Javiera Mena, Bomba Estéreo, Libido, Bandalos Chinos, Monsieur Periné, Gepe ) in Chile.

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