Vetusta Morla were shaped in Tres Cantos (Madrid, Spain) in the summertime of 1998, and contain Pucho (vocals), David “Un Indio” García (drums), Álvaro B. Baglieto (bass), Jorge González (percussion/development), and Guillermo Galván and Juan Manuel Latorre (guitars and keyboards). In January of 2000 they documented their first demonstration, 13 Horas con Lucy, which received several local honours that same yr. In 2001 the music group made it towards the finals of Moratalaz’s Rock and roll Contest and fulfilled maker David Hyam, who started documenting their third demonstration, La Cuadratura del Círculo (2003). Quickly thereafter, Baglieto changed Alejandro Notario on bass, and in-may the band produced the finals from the Villa de Madrid event. Two years later on, in 2005, they finished their 1st EP, Mira, at Heatroom Studios in Madrid. In Feb of 2008 Vetusta Morla released their 1st LP, El Día en un Mundo (documented at Sonobox Studios in Madrid), that was fulfilled with essential acclaim. 3 years later on they released their second studio room recording Maps, which received various awards and compliment.