The initial incarnation of El Sueño de Morfeo was Xemá, a Spanish rock and roll group that formed in 2000 and included both singer Raquel Rosario and guitarist David Feito (Feito, actually, was the first choice). After launching an record with Xemá, in 2003 Feito and Rosario made a decision to begin a brand-new project, and asked guitarist Juan Luis Suárez to become listed on their band, that they known as Un Sueño de Morfeo. Their self-titled debut premiered in 2005, and mixed Rosario’s distinct, Shakira-esque tone of voice with adult pop/rock and roll guitars and a solid Celtic impact — aside from the three primary members along with a tempo section, the group also included a violinist along with a bagpiper — which provided them an audio rather just like the Corrs. Because of an appearance with the band over the Spanish tv program Los Serrano, the record did quite nicely over the graphs. Un Sueño de Morfeo also managed to get a spot to tour Latin America, particularly Puerto Rico, which helped their one, “Ojos de Cielo,” prosper over the Latin graphs in THE UNITED STATES and present them an market there, as well. Their following two albums, Nos Vemos en un Camino in 2007 and Cosas Que Nos Hacen Sentir Bien in ’09 2009, also do very well in Spain, both getting into the graphs in the very best three. For the last mentioned, and on the fourth record, 2012’s Buscamos Sonrisas, they transferred in a far more forceful rock and roll direction, without entirely losing sight of the Celtic roots.