Hola A Todo El Mundo

Tomando prestado el titulo de un poema de Walt Whitman como nombre de la banda, Hola a Todo el Mundo nace en la primavera del año 2006.
En 2007 graban su primera maqueta en los estudios Heatroom de Madrid. Y un año más tarde debutan en la Sala Sol como teloneros del grupo sueco Club 8. Enseguida llegan el Festival de Otoño de la Comunidad de Madrid, el Wintercase 2008 o el Primavera Sound 2009, entre otros. En abril del 2009 fueron elegidos por la revista Mondosonoro como “una de las tres mejores bandas madrileñas debutantes”. Este mismo año fueron galardonados en los premios Pop-Eye 2009 como “mejor grupo Folk del año”. Y el EP3 del País los consideró “La Apuesta 2010”. También fueron nominados a Grupo Revelación en los premios Rolling Stone.

En Marzo de 2010 se publicó su primer disco, producido por Luca Petricca en Reno Studios (Madrid), que obtuvo el Premio de la Música Independiente al Mejor Album Pop. A este le siguió "Estela castiza", un E.P. que incluía como gran novedad la voz en castellano. Esto no se repetirá en su continuación.

Hola a todo el mundo publica su segundo álbum en octubre de 2012. Basado en el poema "Ultraviolet Catastrophe" del artista underground Roy Tiger Milton, es un manifesto en contra de la realidad y a favor de la condición mágica de nuestra existencia.
Una evolución de la banda hacia un pop mas electrónico, moviéndose por momentos entre el shoegaze y lo que algunos críticos denominan chillwave. Canciones cargadas de emotividad, melodías y nostalgia. Pop brillante vestido con capas de sintetizadores para bailar y hacer soñar. Es el disco del año para Mondosonoro.

Su nuevo disco está previsto para 2015.
 


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Borrowing the title of a Walt Whitman poem for their band name, Hola a Todo el Mundo was born in the spring of 2006. While rehearsing at home, surrounded by instruments, they created their first compositions. They were long songs full of different passages that, like a journey, progressed and changed, never to return again. “A light that guided us to encounter the one truth of the spirit”, is how they explain themselves in their lyrics, a little prophetic, mixed with fables and fantasy.
In 2007 they recorded their first demo in the Heatroom studios in Madrid. A year later they play for the first time suporting the Swedish band Club 8. So began their rise to fame playing, with only a handful of songs on Myspace, in the Comunidad de Madrid’s Festival de Otoño, in the Wintercase 2008, and in the Primavera Sound 2009, among others. In April of 2009 they were described by the magazine Mondo Sonoro as “one of the three best debut Madrid bands.” That same year they won “best Folk group of the year” at the Pop-Eye 2009 awards. El País named them "the band to watch" in 2010. They were also nominated as the Stand-Out Group in the Rolling Stone awards.
In March 2010 they published their first album, produced by Luca Petricca in Reno Studios (Madrid), with which they have toured from one to the next Spanish stage. They received the Award for Independent Music in the Best Pop Album category. They followed this with “Estela castiza,” an E.P. that included the great novelty of using the Castilian voice. They won’t repeat this in following songs.
 
Hola a todo el mundo published their second album in October of 2012. Based on the poem “Ultraviolet Catastrophe” by the underground artist Roy Tiger Milton, it is a declaration against reality and in favor of the magical condition of our existence.
The band has evolved from pop to a more electronic style, moving at times between shoegaze and what some critics refer to as chillwave. The album has ten songs full of emotion, melody and nostalgia. Bright pop dressed with layers of synthesizers to dance and to dream.