Thank you so much to Alfred Villaescusa, for his poignant, attentive and very detailed review featured on 'El Caleidoscopio' of our performance at Muelle, Bilbao earlier this month.
"In a dream territory between Cigarettes After Sex, something by Kate Bush and the ethereal pomposity of Sigur Rós moves this couple with spiritual pretenses that spent a whole year touring Europe and expressed their experiences in a minimalistic and hypnotic debut, whose listening becomes Completely addictive once you get into your roll. A world in black and white far from the shrillness of the current era in which everything moves with a dizzying speed. The attitude of the sparse parish was one of absolute devotion, most of them sitting on the floor as if they were telling a story in the light of the moon. A cockatoo would have been ground to the ground. "The Sky Holds Our Years" rejoiced in the agony, while "Beneath The Ice" for its almost ambient air could easily enter a list of fundamental songs for intercourse. Or to listen at dawn alone, in those moments in which the majority sleep and glimpse the lit light of a room causes conjectures of different fur.
Feel a presence without paying attention to it. A revolution of silence that is taking positions without us noticing."
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