I would be interested in making a conceptual music as the one of the film Koyaanisqatsi: which consists of apocalyptic images, where the music plays a fundamental part and not only serves as a decorated, but has a deeper expression.
I believe that our style has to do with colours and songs. We believe in the pop music like a direct expression way, and that's why we gather to do songs. Nevertheless I do not believe that there is a style, but ways of coming what we propose to ourselves that it is to embark for different worlds and sensations with the songs.
Now we use new instruments, but in the beginning we had vintage instruments not by position but because of economy; it was what we were able to buy at that time. Anyway those instruments seduce us because they are ancient relics and each one hides a story behind it.
Platon, Da Vinci, Jesus, Mozart, Shakespeare, Poe, Lugones, Lennon, Tesla, Magritte, Nietzche, Pynchon, Harry Nilsson, Ray Davies.
When we were very young we were fascinated by the work of Mario, his way of sizing up the music and colouring the spectrum. Then in our first album, we decided to collaborate with him. Surprisingly he liked the band and wanted to mix our first album. After that we met him in LA. The result was incredible.
Just a few years ago, the Latin American scene began to grow more, but I think that there are still many differences compared to Europe. Today there are many bands that can go to play in European festivals but they don’t do more than that, it is a market inconceivable for us; Latin America struggle to be more self-sufficient and take off their artists, but I don't think it has to do with the music.
We are not planning now, but it would be good to get back there. We went to Spain two years ago and we are looking forward to return there.