Few groups have made better use of the sexual ambiguity of seventies glam to mold it to the alternative rock of the nineties and the two thousands, also providing themselves with neo-gothic atmospheres and industrial rhythms. They are the British Placebo. Almost three decades in the breach, marking an incombustible trajectory.
Eleven million copies sold of their eight studio albums give the measure of the success of the British band Placebo's formula: a solid combination of glam rock (Bowie admired them for a reason), gothic touches, industrial rock frameworks and a lot of sexual ambiguity, a sum of factors that takes on its most abrasive version live. Brian Molko, Stefan Olsdal and Steve Hewitt arrive at Noches del Botánico to present their album Never Let Me Go (2022), a return to their best form, but they should not forget to rescue "The Bitter End", "Slave To The Wage", their version of the reborn "Running Up That Hill" by Kate Bush and other classics that made them one of the essential names of the alternative rock of the last two decades.
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