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To talk about Soleá Morente is to talk about a crossroads. A place where different paths meet: some come from pop, others from flamenco, others from rock… And just at the point where all these paths come together, she is born. Territory that, until now, no one had ever covered before. Mysterious, unknown. That, among so many other things, is what is so exciting about her journey.She is the daughter of the legendary flamenco singer Enrique Morente (autor of “Omega” and “Pablo De Málaga”, among others) and the flamenco dancer Aurora Carbonell. She is the sister of Estrella and José Enrique Morente. And above all, she is responsible for that EP, a tribute to her father, with Los Evangelistas (where Antonio Arias and almost the whole of Los Planetas were members), and of those two magnificent albums, “Tendrá Que Haber Un Camino” and “Ole Lorelei”. And the next one, right here. Early 2020, “Lo Que Te Falta” will be here, and we are happy to announce that it will once again be supported by the regular group of collaborators like J (Los Planetas), David Rodríguez (La Estrella de David) and La Bien Querida.
Tronco is a unique and very special group. That’s why it’s impossible to write something normal about them. A brother and sister form a band in a parallel solar system. Because Tronco is from another planet. Their songs are a journey to fantasia, with that mix of imagination and ingenuity, unpredictability and craziness, with just the right amount of irreverence and a certain punk spirit. Something like a Spanish Young Marbel Giants. Folk, pop, bedroom techno-pop, psychedelia, and, we already said it, punk.