Spanish indie pop group When Nalda Became Punk started in 2006 being a single task for vocalist/guitarist Elena Sestelo. Pairing traditional C-86-motivated indie pop songwriting with fuzzy guitars, synths, and drum devices, she released a demonstration titled “Tiny Sounds Make Tiny Music” beneath the name Nalda before going for a break from documenting until 2010. At the moment, she documented another demonstration (“Time to meet up YOUR LOVED ONES”) and extended fully name before adding guitarist Roberto Cibeira towards the lineup. The duo documented an individual for Pebble Information (“When Nalda Became Punk”/”D.We.Con.”) in 2011, before gearing up for concert events, like the Madrid Popfest, and focusing on their debut recording. Documented with fellow countrymen Eva Guilala and Ivan Juniper (from the Elefant group Linda Guilala) and combined by Ian Catt (a hero for his use the Field Mice and Saint Etienne,) A Farewell to Youngsters premiered in early 2013 by Shelflife Information.