Whenever it is talked about this Sevillian group, terms such as psychedelia and flamenco fusion are used. Whenever Quentin Gas & Los Zíngaros are mentioned, references such as Temples, Tame Impala, The Horrors, but also as Triana or Camarón are employed. Everything leads us to talk about a band that has just released a record as ‘Sinfonía Universal. Cap 02’ which has collected a lot of positive reviews by the specialized press. Among those reviews, we choose these two: El Ukulele: “(…) is one of the albums of psychedelia of the year, of the decade and beyond. An exercise that requires an imagination and an infinite assembly capacity”. Muzikalia: “(…), one of the most interesting albums of 2018. A daring and avant-garde work”
The band had already published in 2017 ‘Caravana’, which also included incredible songs like ‘Deserto Rosso’ in which Niño de Elche collaborated with his voice and which has brought them the opportunity to be part of the soundtrack of the Spanish series of recent success Arde Madrid. The evolution from Caravana to their new album has taken them to an interstellar sphere (remember that the album is about the escape of humanity to other planets in the galaxy after destroying the Earth), more eclectic (flirting with electronic music) and with more continuity sooner than later in a next album that is already in process. We are looking forward to seeing them in Madrid and what better time than this date shared with one of his greatest idols, Temples.