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Vetusta Morla Conquers The Royal Theater Of Madrid

A year after its assault on the Wanda Metropolitano de Madrid, the Madrid band Vetusta Morla claims another of the few spaces that it has left to conquer in the Spanish capital, the Teatro Real, where it offers the first of two nights that aspire to be memorable about to release his new studio album.

After a consolidated career of more than twenty years, Vetusta Morla has five studio albums, two live and an original soundtrack for a video game, they have in their repertoire great songs that have been key in their career and hymns for several generations .

At the beginning of the month, the band revealed that their seventh studio album will be called “Cable a Tierra”, and it will be, in the words of its singer, Pucho, a “very old” album. Although it will be published at the end of the year, they have already released singles, such as “Finisterre”. His latest studio album, ‘Same site, different place’ was released in 2017.

The name and the date of the new album is not the only novelty that Vetusta Morla has presented: they also launch a new free registration space on their website with exclusive content for their followers. This community, called “Valientes” – in reference to one of their most popular songs – will allow members to progressively access pre-sales of tickets, “merchandising” and exclusive and unpublished content.

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