The roots of Spanish pop group Dvicio get back to 2009, when the group’s members — Andrew and Martin Ceballos Sanchez (vocals and bass, respectively), Alberto Gonzalez (guitar), Luis Gonzalvo (drums), and Nacho Gotor (guitar) –- played within a band called Tiempo Limite. By 2011, that they had gained a competition arranged by ABC Punto Radio using their cover of David Guetta and Sia’s “Titanium.” A name transformation to Dvicio and a agreement to record for Sony Music ultimately brought the discharge of their debut one, “Paraiso,” in 2014. The one shortly became a viral strike, thanks partly to McDonald’s workers in Spain using the melody for the flashmob video; McDonald’s then utilized the melody in a few advertisements, and the one rose to number 3 in Spain. That calendar year, Dvicio released their debut record, Justo Ahora. A protracted edition of their debut — which offered as their second public full-length — was released in 2015. Justo Ahora con Siempre included all of the songs off their initial LP, and a handful of recently recorded monitors and English-language variations of their biggest strikes. Record three, Qué Tienes Tú, found its way to 2017.