Listen to an Unreleased Gustavo Cerati Song Written Before His Soda Stereo Days


After months of nail-biting pleasure, followers can be glad to be taught that National Geographic’s documentary episode on Gustavo Cerati has lastly arrived. The two-hour doc, which is a part of the community’s sequence BIOS, premiered on Sunday, November 25 throughout  Latin America. While the episode isn’t accessible to stream within the U.S. simply but, NatGeo has shared a sequence of clips from the episode, that includes excerpts from interviews with Cerati’s family and friends. As promised, the footage is a deal with for diehard followers; the clips embody interviews with Lillian Clarke, Cerati’s mom, as nicely his daughter Lisa and ex-girlfriend Ana Belén María Saint-Jean.

NatGeo beforehand introduced that producer Sebastián Ortega was granted entry to the rock icon’s archives, together with residence movies and unique interviews with the Argentine rock star’s interior circle. These newly launched clips add a private contact to Cerati’s life and legacy.

Back in July, Nat Geo additionally promised the episode would come with a peek at a sequence of unreleased songs. In one of many newly launched clips, Cerati’s ex Saint-Jean shares an acoustic track with host Javiera Mena, which was beforehand unavailable to most people. Saint-Jean explains that Cerati wrote the track for her, nevertheless it was by no means launched after Soda Stereo rose to fame. The untitled monitor is streaming now by way of Rolling Stone Mexico:

H/T: Rolling Stone Mexico