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The Spanish duo is formed by Juan Aguirre and Eva Amaral. She started composing her own songs from a young age and soon began to play the guitar. She was born in Zaragoza, studied sculpture at the Art School in her hometown and began to combine these studies with small concerts in venues with Juan. He was born in San Sebastián and worked in a psychedelic pop rock band called “Días de Vino y Rosas”, with which he recorded an album; he later began his journey with Eva. They began playing together in small venues. Soon, Eva’s powerful voice began to stand out. In 1997 they both left for Madrid and kicked off with their first contracts, television appearances and collaborations with Amnesty International campaigns….
…The feeling between them and the quality of their songs, proved in their first tour, allows them to work with artists like Cameron Jenkins -who colaborates, among others, with Lenny Kravitz- and release their second album, recorded in London in 2000. It is called Una pequeña parte del mundo, an album that consolidates their reputation and lets then occupy a privileged gap in spanish pop. Includes songs like “Subamos al cielo”, “Cómo hablar”, “Cabecita loca” and “Los aviones no pueden volar”.
Their third album arrives in 2003 under the title Estrella de mar, conceived by Eva and Juan in their own domestic studio and recorded in London with the same producer. In a very short time, it reaches the charts and propulses their single “Sin ti no soy nada” to the top lists.
In 2005 they come back with Pájaros en la cabeza, an album presented by the song “El universo sobre mí” as its first single. Composed by 14 new tracks and recorded in London. The special edition is published with a DVD which contains an EP. In 2006, El comienzo del big bang is released as a 32-track compilation. In the middle of 2008 the band releases a double album of unpublished songs, titled Gato negro, Dragón rojo. It’s a conceptual work with 19 tracks, with “Kamikaze” and “El blues de la generación perdida” among them, extracted as singles. From this moment, Amaral begun composing in more sombre and dark tones, not giving up their pop fondness. 2009 is the time when La barrera del sonido, a greatest hits album with CD and DVD, is unveiled. At last, in 2011, there’s a new album composed of new songs, titled Hacia lo salvaje, spanning the singles “Antártida”, “Hacia lo salvaje” and “Como un martillo en la pared”. On the 14th November 2012 and on the eve of a series of concerts they have to play in Argentina, the duo bursts into the studios CM, el Canal de la Música, and perform unplugged covers of “Hacia lo salvaje” and “Cuando suba la marea”. On the 15th of the same month, they play at the Teatro Gran Rex, in the argentinian capital. In the first semester of 2013 they set out for the latin american tour of Hacia lo salvaje, visiting countries like Venezuela, Perú and Argentina, and travelling across some inner provinces of the country like Córdoba, Misiones and Mendoza. On the 10th of june they perform a special concert in CM Estudio, offering a wonderful interview and playing some of their compositions with acoustic instruments.
- Buenos Aires, 3 de Marzo 2016
- Santiago de Chile,10 de Marzo 2016
- Concepción, 11 de Marzo 2016
Audio Play List
Llévame muy lejos
Vídeo Play List
Llévame Muy Lejos (Videoclip Oficial)
Esperando un resplandor (Videoclip oficial)
Hacia lo salvaje (Videoclip Oficial)
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