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Love of Lesbian is a Spanish pop band.

In the beginning there were Influences of The Cure (they toured with them in Spain), Radiohead and R.E.M. Today they have the personal Love of Lesbian sound and style. There is always a “sold out” at all their concerts. Each one is a mix of party-concert-celebration-catharsis.

Santi Balmes the, writer, main composer, and charismatic leader brings to each album excellent lyrics of high composition, from a delicious sense of humour to deep emotional tales. Their first three albums are sung in English, but their more acclaimed album is Maniobras de Escapismo (2005), the first sung in Spanish. With “Cuentos Chinos Para Niños Del Japón” (2007) they confirm again the band in the scene.

In 2009 (March 24) , they publish “1999 (o como generar incendios de nieve con una lupa enfocada a la luna)” a concept album that tells, 10 years later, the life of a relationship between a boy and a girl during 1999 (the year of their first album). It includes songs to dance to, to listen to in intimacy or just to think about.

Videoclips are another face of the LOL experience; the first video of “1999…” is “Club de fans de John Boy” and the second one is “Te hiero mucho (Historia del amante guisante)” both directed by the influent director Lyona, who also directed “Universos Infinitos” from “Cuentos chinos para niños del Japón”

Discography:

1999 “Microscopic Movies” (Pussycats)
2002 “Is it Fiction?” (Rock K)
2003 “Ungravity” (Naïve)
2005 “Maniobras de Escapismo” (Naïve)
2007 “Cuentos Chinos Para Niños del Japón” (Naïve)
2009 “1999 (o cómo generar incendios con una lupa enfocada a la luna” (Music Bus/Warner)

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