Costa Rican Happy Hour #6: A music video filmed at the Coca Cola Market

April 27, 2018

We’re willing to bet you’ve never seen a music video shot in San José, Costa Rica and Alberta, Canada.

“I Believe in You” is the B side of the single “Take my Home”by Canadian recording artist and Costa Rican resident Bruce Callow. It was recorded at Delirium Studios in San Marcos de Tarrazú and produced by Diego Burga, Callow told The Tico Times in an email this week.

He says it was inspired in part by his experiences working with homeless people in Calgary.

“We need to try to remain hopeful despite the chaotic situation [of] the world today,” Callow wrote.

Take a listen and check out more of our Happy Hour selections here. Got a recommendation for us of a favorite Costa Rican or Costa Rica-inspired tune? Let us know at elang@ticotimes.net.

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