Activism, politics, feminism, demands and a lot of music. Rocío Saiz, singer of Monterrosa and Las Chillers, DJ and communicator, her speech in favor of diversity and her criticism of heteropatriarchy have made her become one of the LGTBIQ + references with the most character and strength in Spain. She now embarks on this new adventure. The dance floor is political, fun is never as innocent as it is made out to be, and love dramas are rarely a non-transferable experience. Rocío talks about everything that happens before, during and after the dance: the disappointments, sex with and without love, toxic relationships, the plenitude of being the owner of your destiny for as many hours as possible, but also the insomnia resulting from Work stress and lack of money and the need for a certain hedonism to forget about everything from time to time. He has done it with Monterrosa with Eurovision hits and out-of-season ballads, as if we could bring together Tino Casal, La Oreja de Van Gogh, Abba, Astrud, Cecilia and Vengaboys to create generational anthems that explain to us how we feel at this moment. Now he undertakes solo path to unite worlds between the sophistication of Monterrosa and its strength live with Las Chillers. After Amor Amargo, her last single, comes her second album Autoboycott and Rest.