"Like someone who has been away from home for a long time and now returns with the curious gaze of a visitor, Maestro Espada immerses us in the musical tradition of his native Murcia to give birth to an exciting musical project in which analogue synthesizers combine with castanets and lutes, and prove that electronics can also be folklore".
With these words, the brothers Alejandro and Víctor Hernández present us with this singular project in which two voices that have been sounding together all their lives come together and open up a way to approach folklore not as a relic but as a source of inspiration, a new material made up of seeds and roots that improve musical biodiversity.
Their songs are sung and hummed like the Arabic verses that have been sung for centuries in the orchards of Murcia. Their lyrics surf traditional notes and structure, which merge with more experimental noises and sounds, in a rediscovery of traditional folklore, without limitations or preconceived ideas. Creating something new, trying not to let what is known condition the form.
Alejandro Hernández (vocals, synthesizer and castanets), Víctor Hernández (vocals and castanets).