Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. Two years in the making, 25-year-old Angelica Garcia's album Cha Cha Palace is the result of an artist's need to Say Something. The second song on the record, "Jícama" might only be a minute and 25 seconds in it's entirety, but the message spans generations and is one that resonates deeply for Garcia with her Mexican and Salvadoran roots. Like Mitski, Lorde, Billie Eilish, and Rosalía, Garcia isn't afraid to tear pages out of her diary and express emotions that might be difficult and oftentimes daunting to share given today's social and political environment. Like her peers, she joins a new chapter of musicians who are connecting with their audiences on a level that lives outside the reaches of technology, trends, and social media, the daily experience of feeling torn between saying something and doing something, for being a voice and speaking with your voice, of being Latina while being American. And it's humanity and honesty that audiences are looking for and will find in spades throughout each note of Cha Cha Palace.