And after one fun, danceable set to another. This time, with Catalan dancehall queen Bad Gyal. The singer got on stage in pink lingerie accompanied by four dancers dressed head-to-toe in neon colours (lime, pink, orange, and green) to present her new show, Bad Gyal Soundsystem, a technicolour fantasy where she got to prove how much she’s improved her dancing skills. From her newest release, Hookah, to older hits like Fiebre or Tu Moto, her vocals were accompanied by visuals by Andrei Warren in a pretty convincing performance. With a sound that could only be described as experimentation in progress, Actress and his AI program, Young Paint, proved to be a more reflective and calming set compared to the Bad Gyal performance that was taking place in overlapping time slots. However, his was still one of the most unique sets at Sónar that combined synths and software, metallic sounds and innovative technology to create a visual experience that took the crowd on a sensory journey.