No te Salves screams sexy, mutant punk rock, with mild mosh pits and a plug-‘n-play style that makes your beer taste better and keeps the party going stronger. The three-piece Santiago band has been together for two years, and loves it when the crowd gets unruly.
“It’s a form of enjoyment,” Gonzalo, the band’s drummer said.
Yumbel and Carla, the lead singer/guitarist and bassist respectively, have been hit a couple times by flailing limbs from their fiery audiences.
“It doesn’t matter,” Carla says with a laugh. “Stuff goes wrong, but we just keep playing. That’s our style.”
No te Salves plays smaller, intimate venues like La Capacha and house parties, with very little promotion and no revenue. As one of Santiago’s many bands playing the vibrant underground circuit, they want to play their politically-poetical music for as long as they can.
No te Salves will keep you lifted, loaded and loving it.
Guitar and Vocals: Yumbel
Bass and Backup Vocals: Carla