Official music video of the single “Tengo Miedo" from "Maria canta copla”, the third record of Maria Rodés.
This CD explores the Spanish copla and turns it upside-down with her personal interpretation of such a traditional music genere.
Shot in stop motion by Laura Ginés and Joan Pacheco, it plays with the imagery of Spanish advertising from the 60’s, the heyday of the copla singers. The male chauvinistic ads of that period suit the passionate and submissive lyrics of the song. In it, a woman loves a man so vehemently, that she fears starting a relationship just because she could lose him, making her life utterly miserable.
The music brings a light-hearted tone to the song, as well as the visuals, which offer a tongue-in-cheek view of the role of women in that time. This emphasizes the contrast to nowadays society and how women are not afraid anymore.