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When Nalda Became Punk

When Nalda Became Punk

When Nalda Became Punk


When Nalda Became Punk started as the solo project of Elena Sestelo (Vigo, Spain). In 2006 she gathered some songs, and released “Tiny noises make tiny music” her first demo, though at the time the name of the project was just Nalda. After a long break, she came back to recording songs during summer of 2010 when she finished her second demo “Time to meet your family” which was her first release using the name of When Nalda became punk. Later on, in 2011 Roberto Cibeira joined the band and the actual formation of When Nalda Read more on Last.fm
When Nalda Became Punk started as the solo project of Elena Sestelo (Vigo, Spain). In 2006 she gathered some songs, and released “Tiny noises make tiny music” her first demo, though at the time the name of the project was just Nalda. After a long break, she came back to recording songs during summer of 2010 when she finished her second demo “Time to meet your family” which was her first release using the name of When Nalda became punk. Later on, in 2011 Roberto Cibeira joined the band and the actual formation of When Nalda Became Punk began the recording of their first 7” single for Pebble Records released on August. The self titled single included two songs, exclusive to this single, “When Nalda Became Punk” and “DIY”. During 2012 the band played several shows, including Madrid Popfest and recorded their debut album, “A farewell to youth”. As the previous single, it was produced and recorded by Eva Guilala and Ivan Juniper from the Spanish band Linda Guilala at their Kaiju Studios (Vigo, Spain) and was mixed and produced by Ian Catt (producer of Saint Ettiene, the Field Mice, the School, Nosoträsh, the Proctors, etc).

The album will be released by Shelflife Records at the beginning of 2013. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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