The debut album of Pajaro Sunrise consists on ten beautiful songs. That's it. You just buy it, your ears will appreciate it.
‘Pajaro Sunrise’ is formed by Yuri and Pepe, a couple of fine lads. They’re in their mid 20’s (26), come from Leon (Spain) and do not have an artistic past to talk about. Of course they’ve played together as well as in separate bands, but that’s not what really matters here. The interesting thing is that they’vetasted some pop, jazz, and country… (it’s only natural that they’ve tried a little bit of everything), but slowly.
‘In space you cannot move fast” (Pájaro Sunrise)
A turning point in their career was the moment in which they began to exchange ideas over the Internet. At that time, they lived in different cities and what they created then are homemade demos with an electronic flavour. The most strking thing is that they did it just for fun. They simply started sendind songs to each other over a two-month period and that’s how ‘Rosesgrow’ was born: a track with the naïve tone of their first demo which has been preserved untouched in the album.
‘People have children to create their own –ism.’ (Pajaro Sunrise)
Some time later, they decided to move to Madrid and set up their humble studio in a rented flat. They sent a couple of songs wrapped up in freaky paper to Lovemonk thinking the label’s slogan – ‘Discos Buenos” (good records)– made them justice. Eventually, they managed to sign with Lovemonk.