GALE press photo
Photo by @teograph

GALE & Bruses “Movie” Music Video Pays Homage to ’90s Slasher Films

GALE (@gale) is a 3x Latin GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter and musician from Puerto Rico. Bruses is an indie-pop artist from Mexico. Not too long ago, they released a classic ‘90s slasher/horror film-inspired music video for their new single, “Movie.”

GALE and Bruses – “Movie” music video

“This song is a bit different from what my music sounds like,” GALE explained what she loves the most about Movie. “It’s perfect for this time of the year when we have fun picking a character and becoming someone else.” A happy Halloween for her fans, GALE delivers a classic video that sees her and Bruses teaming up to defeat an evil entity.

“Movie” brings GALE back to her early years listening to Simple Plan, Paramore, and Avril Lavigne, to name a few. About the song, GALE stated, “It’s forward, exciting, upbeat, and with a beautiful message of understanding you’re the lead of this movie called Life. Nobody should dim your light, or treat you like less. Let’s remember our bad choices from our 20s and have fun while at it! It’s fun and not too serious.”


GALE press photo
Photo by @teograph

“Movie” is a fun collaboration that pays homage to the best of female-fronted pop-punk. The track exudes main-character energy in a song written about a relationship that makes you feel less than. Furthermore, “Movie” is GALE’s first offering since she scored the Latin GRAMMY “Best New Artist” nomination this year, celebrating her debut album, “Lo Que No Te Dije.”

GALE – “Lo Que No Te Dije” album

GALE - “Lo Que No Te Dije” cover art

“It was all part of what happened to me: this is what I have to say.” – GALE stated

The 13-song project tracks the multi-color shades of GALE’s journey; from f***-you feminist punk anthems, vulnerable heartbreak ballads, and even dream-pop odes to self-pleasure. “Lo Que No Te Dije” is a delicious combination of pop and Eurodance mixed with punk and grunge influences and an urban Pop Latino vibration.

As a songwriter, GALE also landed a nomination for “El Merengue” (Marshmello, Manuel Turizo) in the category of “Best Tropical Song.” This year’s nominations bring GALE to a career total of 3 nominations – 2 as a songwriter, and 1 for her debut artist project.


Announced earlier this week, GALE is also a confirmed performer at the Latin Grammys, which will take place November 16th in Seville, Spain.

GALE and Bruses – “Movie” single

GALE and Bruses - “Movie” cover art

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