“Sinfonía”, the first promotional cut off of Christopher Uckermann’s debut solo album now has a music video which premiered yesterday on Univision’s Primer Impacto and its available on his Youtube Channel.

The music video for “Sinfonía”, directed by Gerard Howland, was shot at the beautiful Nicholson Ranch vineyard in the city of Sonoma, California. The short film for the song co-written by Christopher Von Uckermann, George Noriega and Jodi Marr is the final product salvaged from the remaining footage, after having 80% of the tapes stolen -along with the video equipment- when they made a stop in San Francisco. The video features Christopher in a fantasy world where performs the song with an energy and imagination that shows off the sound and feel of his fresh new project.

Watch the full video of Sinfonia here:

On the other hand, ‘Somos’, the young singer’s debut album,has been climbing the sales charts as one of the most pre-ordered albums on several online music stores. The album will be released both on CD and digital formats on November 16 in the USA, Mexico, and other important markets like Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden among others; and on November 23 in Colombia and Peru.

The week of the album’s release, Christopher will be setting off on a packed promotional tour that will include stops in Miami, Puerto Rico, Houston and Los Angeles.

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