Introducing The Mañanas

Denver-based power pop/garage rock sensation, The Mañanas, are about to unleash their highly-anticipated debut album, "3000," on May 23rd, 2023, and music lovers around the world are already buzzing with excitement. Produced by Danny Pauta and written by lead singer Brandon Unpingco, the album is a raw and intimate journey, drawing inspiration from personal experiences, and showcasing the band's unique blend of retro-futuristic rock and upbeat, lighthearted rhythms.

On the cover photo of the album, we also find Ecuadorian pop star Neoma, a main collaborator on the album writing the single “Sooner Than I Thought” and playing bass throughout the record. Additionally, Agustín Rodas, another Ecuadorian artist, contributed prominently to the album with his piano and guitar credits, frequently collaborating with the band virtually. Both Neoma and Agustín Rodas add a unique touch to the album, showcasing the band's ability to collaborate with other talented artists from around the world.

The Mañanas' sound has been compared to a mix of the Strokes, Weezer, and Arctic Monkeys. Packed with fun choruses, jangly guitars, and low-yet-also-hi-fi production, their music is sure to captivate anyone who loves an upbeat, carefree sound.

Five singles from the debut album were released since March 18th, 2022 starting with their opening track "Mirror Mirror," a song that's catchiness and strong hook are a staple sound from the band.  The four new songs on the album are fan-favorite live tracks that are highly anticipated within the band's concertgoers. The album’s single “That’s Love, Veneno” is inspired by cults and fanatics. The song was delayed as they chased the perfect live performance energy that defines them.  All songs were recorded in a DIY fashion throughout different Denver studios, as well as different reiterations of the Mañanas' own home studio throughout the last few years.

Get ready to experience The Mañanas and "3000"!

La Plaga

Experience The Mañanas with exhilarating visuals from a sold-out Bluebird Theater concert.

Sooner Than I Thought

Filmed in Cuenca, Ecuador, world renowned belly dancer Bruna Ulloa interprets The Mañanas' third single off of "3000".

Lightheaded Ways

Watch Lightheaded Ways, filmed on 8mm film by Alyssa Pabers. 

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