During the period of their eight-year career, Juniper Moon released several discs’ worth of sweet as pie, irrepressibly fun tunes that ran the gamut from sparkling popgaze to bubblegummy punk-pop. Sandra, Dado, Jaime, Ivan, and Racquel produced Juniper Moon in Ponferrada, Spain, in 1997; these were taken beneath the wing from the Madrid label Elefant a few years afterwards, where they distributed the roster with likewise sunny pop serves like Los Fresones Rebeldes, Vacaciones, and La Casa Azul. Juniper Moon’s first one, “¿Volverás?,” premiered in past due 1999; another one, “Basado en Hechos Reales,” arrived the following calendar year. The band’s initial in support of full-length album, Un Resto de Mi Vida, strike shops in Spain in 2002; the disk garnered warm testimonials in the Spanish music press during the period of the next yr, including mags like Rockdelux and Mondosonoro. The album’s name track premiered as an individual in 2003; vocalist Racquel break up with the music group immediately after the disk came out, of which stage Juniper Moon welcomed Eva (of Los Contrastes) in to the collapse. Juniper Moon’s profile liked a hefty raise the pursuing yr when “Un Resto De Mi Vida” was included on a Hard Trade compilation, Indiepop 1. It could end up being their last hurrah; the music group amicably known as it quits twelve months later.