Montreal singer-songwriter and pianist Patrick Watson returns to Barcelona seven years after his last visit to present his sixth album, ‘Wave’ (2019). Watson, who has been compared to Jeff Buckley, Devendra Banhard, Andrew Bird or M. Ward, became known after participating in The Cinematic Orchestra’s ‘Ma fleur’ (2007), including his song plus popular, ‘To build a home’. Tonight in concert at Sala Apolo.
The British band Ride, formed in the late 80s by Andy Bell and Mark Gardener, is considered a pioneer of the ‘shoegaze’ sound. Their first stage lasted only until 1996, but they had time to publish such emblematic albums as their debut, ‘Nowhere’ (1990) and their continuation ‘Going blank again’ (1992). After being one of the most anticipated returns of the year when they met again in 2014, in their second stage they have already published a couple of albums, ‘Weather diaries’ (2017) and the most recent ‘This is not a safe place’ ( 2019), which they will review on this return to the city hall. Tonight in concert at Sala Apolo.
Morgan has become one of the most beloved groups for both the public and critics. After their huge debut, “North”, in 2019 they premiere “Air” and go on tour: more than a hundred concerts throughout the country, in addition to Ireland or UK, including a double of ‘sold outs’ in the Circus Price. A tour that has won, along the way, five Music Awards. Now, the AirTour is over and before the deserved stop to take a breath, Morgan will say goodbye to the stage with twenty-five concerts in emblematic spaces such today in Sala Apolo.
Guille Milkyway, the name behind La Casa Azul, is without a doubt the effervescent artist, the one who has managed to knock down the walls of commercialism, to bring bubblegum, sunshine-pop, europop, and all those styles that prowl around the most beautiful melodies and perfect arrangements, to everyone’s ears.
After eight years of long wait the finally this 2019 has been published ‘The great sphere’, the new album of La Casa Azul, the total pop project of Guille Milkyway. Tonight in concert at Sala Apolo.
The duo from Salamanca based in Madrid mixes sounds of indie rock, garage, punk pop and shoegaze. With their debut album, Just Calm Down, Yawners explore the most pop and emphatic sounds of the 90s and present influences of classics such as Weezer, Pavement and the Breeders, in addition to contemporaries such as Japandroids, Snail Mail and Waxahatchee. Great riffs, great feelings and great songs which have transformed them, after just two years of existence, into one of the most promising independent bands of 2019. Tonight in concert at Sala Apolo.
California band !!! (Chk Chk Chk), heroes and survivors of dance punk, are back with their eighth album, ‘Wallop’ (2019). Nic Offer and company have been making fans sweat for years, as well as offering 100 percent consistent and effective albums since their 2001 debut, as seen in previous efforts like ‘As If’ (2015) and ‘Myth Takes’ (2007), and the more electronic and club sound on 2017’s ‘Shake the Shudder’. Tonight in concert at Sala Apolo.
Delaporte is a Spanish and Italian electronic music band based in Madrid, created by Sandra Delaporte and Sergio Salvi. Both of them come form a strong background in Madrid’s funk, soul, R&B, and jazz scenes, an together they’ve decided to carve out their own path in the music world. After launching a few covers in Youtube, they were ready to unleash their own style, which encompasses sonic flavors from Bomba Estéreo and Nicola Cruz, to Jamie XX and Charli XCX. This year they’ve released their debut album: Como anoche. Tonight in concert at Sala Apolo.