It is paradoxical that their single No te puto pilles gave came out in the middle of a pandemic. Basically, this little bubble punk bomb was able to attract legions of young people with their frantic and sweaty sounds. It was the first anti-hit of the COVID-19 era, and the engine driving the Pantocrator phenomenon. When the Barcelona group led by Marta Delmont and Marina Correa broke through with Villacapullos, an irresistible album packed with powerpop and garage, with touches of loutish realism, a whole generation in a continuous existential crisis was stirred, between Instagram stories and risqué messsages on Tinder. Acidic humor and post-millennial irony by a street sound band with trendy touches that could easily share a hotel room with those from Camellos, Los Punsetes or Carolina Durante. #punk-pop
Friday 19th, 00.15h – Escenario AIE
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