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Espècies Per Catalogar is the second full studio album by Els Amics de les Arts, yet another charming act associated with the new wave of Catalan folk-rock. With the support of producer Ferran Conangla, the group continues to shape its sound over 12 new acoustic-tinged songs with subtle electronica backgrounds, led by the quartet's trademark cooperative singing (all four members share vocal duties). The overall mood is warm and reflective, with lyrics of lighthearted irony often dedicated to offbeat characters, such as the single "Monsieur Cousteau'' and "L'Home Que Dobla en Bruce Willis.''


Formed: 2005 in Barcelona, Spain

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Heavily inspired by French film director Jean-Luc Godard, Els Amics de les Arts' fusion of Spanish folk, avant-garde pop, and electronica with pun-laden lyrics and ironic humor has helped them to become one of the Catalan music scene's most critically acclaimed outfits. Formed in Barcelona in 2005, the band, which consists of lead vocalist Eduard Costa, guitarist Joan Enric Barceló, bassist Ferran Piqué, and pianist Dani Alegret, released its debut album, Catalonautes, in the same year, and slowly...
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