Monday, May 9, 2011

The SOS 4.8 Festival has become one of the major events of indie rock in Spain

More than 80,000 people packed this weekend the showground Fica Murcia where musicians such as Suede, MGMT, Patti Smith, Lee Ranaldo, Vetusta Morla or Lori Meyers, among others, as well as thinkers, writers and intellectuals like Jeremy Gilbert, Peter Szendy, Agustín Fernández Mallo and Eloy Fernandez Porta, and artists such as Julian Opie, Javier Núñez Gasco, Julio Sarmento among others, participated in the Festival SOS 4.8.

The concert of These New Puritans will be remembered for a long time all sources of the festival organizers said in a statement it was "very difficult to highlight some of the moments experienced in the festival" but adds that, without doubt, "many will be in memory of the audience for a long time: the concert of These New Puritans (Hidden Live) who discovered a facet of the band have ever seen in Spain.

" He stressed the performance of Patti Smith with Lenny Kaye and Tony Shanahan, MGMT and SOS Kids chanted by a 4.8 to burst, Morla Vetusta presenting their new album for the first time in Spain, Standstill by silence first and then explode in applause his show rooom or Suede, demonstrating that they are "in better shape than ever," the sources said in a statement.

Many are those who have highlighted the fresh proposal and wild dance music group! (Chk Chk Chk read) as one of the highlights of the festival. His performance overshadowed expected performance of the newly reunited British Suede Another of the most acclaimed was the staging of Everything Everything, of Manchester.

For its part, the songwriter, guitarist and singer Patti Smith, recently awarded the Danish Polar, considered the Nobel of music, vindications and enlarged his myth in a superb acoustic performance.

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