Neoma Critiques Our “Digital-Physical Reality” In ‘Hyperreal’

[Cover photo credit to Juli Williams]

Pop artist Neoma, the artistic vehicle of Ecuadorian singer-songwriter-producer Carla Huiracocha, has released her new album Hyperreal, the follow-up (and sequel) to 2019 LP, Real. Now based in Denver, CO, Neoma is originally from Cuenca, Ecuador, and approaches her work with a blend of bilingual vocals, Pop, and more experimental Electronic elements.

Speaking of the new album, Huiracocha writes:

HYPERREAL is the sequel to Real. It is more intense, very hyperpop influenced. The title is inspired by Lorde’s Buzzcut season hyperreal lyric: ‘Make-believe it’s hyperreal.’ Virtual relationships feel very hyper realistic to me. Hyperreal is the dual digital-physical reality of maintaining relationships over the phone. Some things can be real, but not enough.

Following the release of Hyperreal Neoma will be embarking on a number of tour dates, including Colombia and Ecuador.

May 6th – Bogotá, Colombia – Tejo Turmequé

May 7th – Medellin, Colombia – Pascasia

May 13th – Riobamba, Ecuador- La Leyenda

May 14th – Quito, Ecuador – Soundgarden

May 20th – Guayaquil, Ecuador – Teatro De La Maac

May 21st – Montanita, Ecuador – Selina Montanita  

May 26th – Ambato, Ecuador – Casa de la Cultura

May 27th – Cuenca, Ecuador – Selina Cuenca

May 28th – Loja, Ecuador – Lemon Trip

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