Up until a few years ago Delafé y las Flores Azules, this group combined a markedly pop attitude with a touch of naivety and a hip-hip foundation. They would sing and rap in trademark style about the little things in life, their bread and butter.
Now the lines have blurred. Delafé y las Flores Azules have become more ambitious, more organic, getting rid of virtually all electronic ornamentation. The group is more band than ever, to which Intento attests.
The song is from their new double album, De ti de mí / De mí sin ti. Because everything depends on how you look at it, the band takes a dual approach to the 11 sets of lyrics comprising the Barcelona natives’ most enterprising endeavour: while the first part abounds with energetic and optimistic arrangements, the second adopts a more intimate, melancholy demeanour. In short, two sides of the same story.
Rossana Silva, EL PAÍS
Production_The Furious Sessions
Cameramen_Bernat Rueda, Joel Brooks, Emili Guerrrero, Cora Estival and Jose G. Fernandez
Sound_Alberto Perez_Sol de Sants
Editing_Bernat Rueda_RiD Produccions
Still photo_Bernat Rueda