Amid nods to the 1950s, the Supremes and the Ramones, this Madrid trio serves up bubblegum punk packed with teen crushes, endless summers and loud colours and more than a few versions of solid classics.
After the success of their first mini-LP Ruido rosa, Patty Critter (bass and vocals), The Ant (guitar) and Annie Pop (drums) have just released their first full album on the Subterfuge label, ¿Quién quiere primavera?
This concert is part of Canino Punk Fest, a new festival dedicated to the most democratic, abrasive, in-your-face music of all times: punk rock. We've scheduled two matinee "family sessions" for all ages: the Pantones and Los Bengala concerts.
Adults will not be admitted to the concerts without an underage companion.
Recommended for ages 5+
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