Niños Luchando

Niños Luchando

There are artists whose identities compel them to emigrate from any imagined scene. This is the case with Niños Luchando, who have decided to inhabit “Territorio,” a space where new pop flirts with indietronica; auteur indie pop; machines that sound like guitars and guitars that sound like machines; the musings of the most mystical and elusive pop.

This new planet for alternative pop is what Javier Bolívar from Granada, who a few years ago led Aurora, a fundamental group in the Andalusian ecosystem of the last decade, has discovered and illuminated in his long-awaited debut album, which comes after releasing the singles “Refugio,” “Bien,” and “Desconfía.”

“Territorio” arrives after two EPs that positioned Niños Luchando as one of the most interesting and unique names in alternative pop in Spanish. Last year, they performed at notable events like Mallorca Live Festival, Sound Isidro, Festival Gigante, Sonorama Ribera, and Andalucía Big Festival, among others. This year, they are already confirmed for prestigious festivals like Cala Mijas, Granada Sound, Nosinmúsica, and Festival Tribu, among others.

A new pop for a new world. Inhabit this “Territorio” as well.