Having previously announced he’d never use another music group again pursuing his departure from La Fuga, frontman Raul Gutierrez teamed up having a string of founded musicians only a 12 months later to create Spanish pop/rock and roll clothing Rulo y la Contrabanda. Located in Reinosa, Cantabria, Raul recruited aged bandmate Adolfo Garmendia and Dani Baraldes (Macaco) on acoustic guitar, bassist Quique Mavilla (Distrito 14), and drummer Karlos Arancegui (Ivan Ferreiro) this year 2010, and after dealing with maker Javier San Martin, released the chart-topping debut recording Señales de Humo in the same 12 months. The group adopted it up in 2011 using the live recording Ras de Cielo en Directo Desde Santander. Especies en Extinción adopted close to the end of 2012, and reached up to number two around the Spanish graphs. The documentary and publication Adentro, un Inventario de Emociones made an appearance one year later on. The live arranged Una Noche en un Castillo found its way to Sept 2014, and Rulo’s correct third record was finally released in 2016. Un Doble de Tu Mitad performed perfectly, rendering it his initial number one record in Spain since Señales de Humo.