Genre: spanish rockabillyPlay genre
Spanish rockabilly is a subgenre of rock and roll that emerged in Spain in the 1980s. It is characterized by its fusion of American rockabilly with Spanish lyrics and influences from other genres such as punk and blues. The music is known for its fast-paced rhythms, twangy guitar riffs, and energetic vocals. The lyrics often touch on themes of rebellion, youth culture, and social issues. The genre has gained a loyal following in Spain and has produced several influential bands.