They Were Roommates: Meet The Band Writing Songs From Its Quarantined Apartment

Three roommates in Spain, who call themselves Stay Homas, are using their skills as professional musicians to come out with a new song about the coronavirus every day as they self-quarantine.
Roommates Klaus Stroink, Guillem Boltó and Rai Benet are writing and recording a new song from their Barcelona apartment every day while the city is under coronavirus quarantine. Source: Courtesy of the artist

In Spain, just like the rest of the world, citizens are being asked to stay indoors. It's a tough time for musicians worldwide, but one group of roommates in Barcelona has turned their lock down into

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