They are called Morgan, and pop, rock and singer-songwriter music come together in their approach with a personality that marks them out from the rest
If you want to see the new stars of Spanish indie pop putting on their glad rags, Mas i Mas at the Grec Theatre will offer you the chance, with this unique concert at the Montjuic amphitheatre. They are called Morgan, and pop, rock and singer-songwriter music come together in their approach with a personality that marks them out from the rest. The person largely responsible for this phenomenon answers to the name Carolina de Juan, although everyone knows her as Nina. She is considered the best female singer on the alternative scene and the fact is that, as the woman behind a band that has only been together for four years, she now has a label and an absolutely distinctive personality of her own. Her deep, velvety expression, fragile and powerful at the same time, transmits the intensity of some hard-hitting, direct compositions. The band’s first and only album to date, North, has generated expectations going beyond all predictions and, after filling and thrilling auditoriums and select clubs, now they want to conquer all those prepared to come out to Montjuic tonight.
Carolina de Juan “Nina” piano and vocals, Paulinho Lêmos vocals and guitars, David Schulthess keyboards, Alejandro Ovejero electric bass, Ekain Elorza drums.
|Venue name:||Teatre Grec||Contact:|
Pg. Santa Madrona, 36
|Transport:||Espanya (M: L1,L3;FGC)|