Amaia Montero can boast of being one of the most recognized artists on the national scene. Despite suffering several personal and professional setbacks throughout her life, the affection that she managed to garner from her fans during her time in Van Gogh’s Ear has not disappeared at any time. Therefore, it is not surprising that many are happy that she appears increasingly recovered.

And, although he does not spend much on social networks, from time to time he does not hesitate to publish something or other. A few months ago he wanted to commemorate the 21st anniversary of the song January 20, sharing a performance by the group that same day. And if she will always be remembered for something, it is for the songs she sang when she was part of the band.

A few hours ago, Amaia Montero’s profile photo on Instagram lit up to warn that the singer had published new content. A message with which she wanted to congratulate Xabier San Martín Beldarrain, keyboardist and composer of La Oreja de Van Gogh, on his 47th birthday.

“Happy birthday brother,” he said along with a photograph of his former bandmate. “I love you, I adore you and I love you again,” he added, referring exactly to the song that has just been published for more than two decades, January 20.

A congratulation that has not left anyone indifferent due to the interpretations that can be drawn from it. In the first place, this puts on the table the good relationship of the artist with those who were her colleagues, or with at least part of them. Therefore, it is not surprising that this public approach has excited the most die-hard fans.

But this is not all. This approach and the references to one of the band’s songs are joined by the song chosen by the artist to liven up the story. Vampire by Olivia Rodrigo is the song that can be heard in the background, which is not only one of the most listened to at the moment, but its message goes further.

This song by the young American singer is about a toxic relationship. “But you make the worst look good. I should have known there was something strange. You only go out at night. I used to think I was smart,” expresses the excerpt chosen by Amaia Montero. Something that could be some kind of hint, although it is probably a simple coincidence.

Be that as it may, there are many who do not hesitate to comment on how much they miss the singer in the famous group, despite the good reception that Leire Martínez has always had. “2024 and I still can’t get over the fact that you left LODVG,” says a user in the comments of one of his posts. “You will always be the queen of the stage,” adds another.