An unashamedly noisy and very pleased hard rock-band with a solid AC/DC impact, Spanish rockers ’77 — named for the year if they was feeling rock & move was in specifically great form — was shaped in 2005 by brothers Armand Valeta (business lead vocals and tempo electric guitar) and LG Valeta (business lead electric guitar). The brothers acquired trouble finding music artists who embraced their eyesight, and it wasn’t until 2007 that they started playing out frequently, with bassist Fresh and drummer Dolphin Riot. After launching an EP in past due 2007, ’77 started producing their name being a live action in European countries, and in ’09 2009, they released their self-produced and self-financed debut record, 21st Hundred years Rock. The record was well-received with the Western european rock and roll press, and this year 2010, these were authorized from the French rock label Listenable Information, who promptly offered 21st Hundred years Rock a global release. ’77 backed the reissue with intensive touring in European countries and Japan. In 2011, the music group fallen their second recording, High Decibels, that was made by Nicke Andersson from the Hellacopters, who struck up a a friendly relationship using the band if they performed some times in his indigenous Sweden. Andersson and Fred Estby distributed production responsibilities on ’77’s third recording, 2013’s Maximum Rock and roll ‘n’ Move. In 2014, Uncooked and Dolphin Riot remaining the band, as well as the Valeta Brothers recruited a fresh rhythm portion of bassist Guillem Martinez and drummer Andy Cobo. In March 2015, ’77 authorized a fresh record cope with Hundred years Media Information, and in past due 2015, the group released their 1st album for his or her fresh sponsors, Nothing’s Gonna End Us.