The Warning Share Music Video For ‘Qué Más Quieres’

The Warning, the rock sister-trio from Monterrey, Mexico, have shared the music video for their latest single “Qué Más Quieres.”

The video made its global broadcast premiere on MTV Live, MTVU, MTV Biggest Pop, and across MTV’s global network of channels, as well as on the Paramount Times Square billboards.

The “Qué Más Quieres” music video bulldozes the way for their anxiously awaited new full-length album, Keep Me Fed [LAVA/Republic Records], out June 28.

The energy of the Spanish-language “Qué Más Quieres” matches the dynamics of the song itself. On-screen, an intriguing narrative unfolds with nonstop action, mirroring the upbeat sonic ebb-and-flow. Thrust into a world of intrigue, the girls rock the stage in full Mariachi-style attire, throw down in a high stakes poker game, and survive all kinds of unpredictable chaos. Exuding spy movie vibes, it stands out as their most exciting visual to date.

The band recently dropped the fan and critical favorite “Automatic Sun.” Produced by Anton Delost and Dan Lancaster, the track earned widespread acclaim. Ones To Watch raved, “The harmonic complexity screams through their guitar riffs, and their pitch-perfect vocals weave together to give the grunge anthem a hell of a punch.”

Classic Rock hailed it among “The best new rock songs you need to hear right now” and professed, “The Mexican sister trio are going from strength to strength, as evidenced by this tight, groovy fuzz-fest – all punchy, deep-set shades of Royal Blood and Muse, framed in smouldering shadows.”

Plus, 1883 Magazine attested, “it’s full of heavy riffs, fierce vocals, and enthralling melodies.” The band shared a performance video from Tacte Pa’l Norte Festival.

To announce Keep Me Fed, the band shared not one, but two singles—“Hell You Call A Dream” and the Spanish-language “Qué Más Quieres.” Beyond generating over one million total streams worldwide, the songs landed plugs from Rolling Stone Mexico, Rock Sound, and more.

Pre-order Keep Me Fed.

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