Gonzo Morales are back and they are back with style! Good because Danish is happy to see that this rock band didn’t stop making music after releasing the debut album “Gonzotown: Prologue – The end of Morales” in 2012. Year 2015 brings a new single announcing the release of the second album, along with a stunning, animated video made by talented Danish artist Ida Kiil.

Gonzo Morales’ first record was a conceptual album telling the story of “the young man Morales who finds himself stuck in Gonzotown. With no recollection of how he got there and how he’s supposed to get away, Morales stumbles into the streets of Gonzotown to find his sanity, his way home and a deeper understanding of the disturbing place, Gonzotown. Placed somewhere on the american continent, Gonzotown, is only known by the few who have been lucky enough to escape.”

As the band announced back in 2012, “This is only the very first story of existence, malice, love, hate, joy and insanity in Gonzotown.” They kept their promise and came back now, with a new story from Gonzotown, with the single and video to “When You Walk The Walk”.

In the video, the amazing, one of a kind drawings of Ida Kiil build Gonzotown up in front of our eyes, with as much brutal reality as possible. At first you may think Gonzotown is paradise, but sooner or later it shows its real face to you, as it did to the main character of the video clip.

See his story by watching “When You Walk The Walk” on YouTube, find Gonzo Morales’ song on Spotify and give the boys your Like on Facebook.

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