Vitor Patalano (Sao Paulo) and Juan Pablo Gariglio (Buenos Aires) are two friends and musicans that had the idea to go to an extreme place (Ushuaia), far away from everything to record an album composed and played completely there. All from 0. They invited me to go with them and register the whole process.
Vitor drove from Sao Paulo loaded with instruments to Buenos Aires, where he joined Juan and me. We drove deep down to Usuahia in Tierra del Fuego, a place known as the End of the World.
We arrived there on new years eve, and after a sweet hangover on the 1st, they started recording their songs on a little cabin 5 meters away from the Beagle Channel.
In the end, a total of 12.000 km, through Brazil, Chile ad Argentina, 30 days locked up in the cabin and 10 days on the road. They recorded 30 songs in a month and I came back to Barcelona with 40 hours of video and 200 pictures.
This is a rough pre trailer...
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