After being part of A Coruña-based bands such as Mephisto’s, 69 Monjas and Moro, Luis began a personal career with an early part composed of two direct and forceful rock albums: “Psicodelia?” (2003) and “Los Vulnerables” (2005).But Luis Moro's musical universe takes a turn with his third work "Defectografía" (2006), where he begins what could be called an introspective inspiration trilogy. This album navigates the night, loneliness and the road; it is followed by “Carnaval humano” (2010), an album of an arid nature, of rupture and reflection from pain to overcoming. “Cielo color Burdeos” (2013) culminates the trilogy by collecting various moments in the life of someone who has shared, together with five women and in between with wine, an intimate relationship.In 2017, Luis Moro releases “El pacto”, a nostalgic, literary album with an overwhelming intimacy that symbolises one's pact with oneself, of vital renewal in the face of emotional adversity.HIs latest work is entitled “Norteamericana aquí” (2020), produced by Jose García, where, after more than a year shaping them, he revises and translates to Spanish ten songs by contemporary North American artists that have characterised the author: Calexico, Wilco, Devendra Banhart or Ani Difranco, among others. An album that has served to open up and prove himself, like a door to a new horizon, also in its recording: five songs were recorded in A Coruña, and the other five in Jerez de la Frontera.
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