Morir de Amor (song)

Morir de Amor (song)
"Morir de Amor"
Single by Kudai
from the album Nadha
Released February 19, 2008 (2008-02-19) (Chile)
Format Airplay, Digital Download, CD Single
Recorded 2007-2008
Genre Pop
Length 3:56
Label EMI
Writer(s) Carlos Lara, Koko Stambuk, Kudai
Producer Koko Stambuk
Kudai singles chronology
"Ladrando a la Luna"
(2009)
"Morir de Amor"
(2009)
"Disfraz"
(2009)
Nadha track listing
"Calendario"
(6)
"Morir de Amor"
(7)
"Abrázame"
(8)

"Morir de Amor" is a Pop song recorded by Chilean band Kudai and is the third single for their third studio album, Nadha.

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Song information

The song is the third official single from the album Nadha, and was released as radio airplay in Chile in 19 February 2009. The song was written during 2007 by Carlos Lara and Kudai in Chile. The song contains hard social lyrics and themes like suicide are recurrent in the song and says no to violence. The single was released in the first week of April in México and the rest of Latin America.

Gabriela and Tomas in the music video.

Music video

This music video was shot in Buenos Aires, Argentina beginning in 15 February 2009, the filmation dured 48 hours and was directed by Ariel Evasio.[1] The music video was premiered in their new website Amorsinviolencia.com on March 28, 2009. The video will be premiere on TV Channels on 30 March 2009.[2]

Track listing

CD Single
  1. "Morir de Amor" (Album Version) – 3:56
  2. "Morir de Amor" (Radio Edit) – 3:54

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Chart performance

Chart (2006) Peak
position
CH 54
AR 8
CO 22
MX 36

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