Xenia Rubinos Shares Video “Working All The Time,” Announces New Album

Xenia Rubinos has announced the highly-anticipated release of her third album, Una Rosa (ANTI-), set to drop on October 15. The announcement comes alongside the brand new single ‘Working All The Time.’ The album follows up Xenia’s 2016 album, Black Terry Cat, which re-wired the ears of many as well as topping many end-of-year favorites.

Since the release of that album, the New York artist has done anything but stop – between launching Xenia 2020, a series of vignettes featuring an alter ego that she called ‘the aunt of midday cinema, to a cover of The Clash’s ‘Should I Stay Or Should I Go,’ which was featured in the documentary ‘I’m Leaving Now (Ya Me Voy)’, to multiple stand-out collaborations, including one with Helado Negro, the single ‘I Fell In Love’. She’s also released her own new tracks, the first of which is the shimmering double single DIOSABUGEISHA, and most recently to the first three singles of Una Rosa– ‘Who Shot Ya?’, ‘Did My Best’, and ‘Cógelo Suave’- today, she releases the fourth: ‘Working All The Time’.

Una Rosa, Xenia’s first full-length album in five years, was visually structured before all of the music was done- it’s a cinematic obra – an imagined night time space where you’re transported through the lives of various characters, all of whom are sonically painted in each track. ‘Who Shot Ya?’, for example, focuses around a rage-fueled grill-wearing woman and a caged little girl. ‘Did My Best’ revolved around a grieving party girl. And ‘Cógelo Suave’ focuses on a futurist jazz singer. The record is two-sided- the ‘RED’ A side, featuring tracks that are hot, aggressive, in-your-face fiery drama, and the ‘BLUE’ B side, which presents a more introspective yet expansive mood.