SOLEÁ MORENTE Y NAPOLEÓN SOLO
“Ole lorelei” the new album from Soleá Morente is a collection of little gems that includes elegant pop beats and the spontaneity of the Flamenco. Soleá Morente, the daughter and second child of Enrique Morente and dancer Aurora Carbonell’s, swings from one style to the next creating a more eclectic album than the last one, “Tendrá que haber un camino” (2015) which was her debut solo album.
“Ya no solo te veo a ti” was where this album began. It was the result of a collaboration between Soleá Morente and Alonso Díaz from Napoleón Solo that had been put off for years. The result impressed and excited both of them; the daughter of a legend and an important emerging figure of Indie.
By no means does “Ole lorelei” only breathe Indie. It’s style travels from funk with airs of Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, to the seventies R&B of artists such as Las Grecas and doesn’t even stop with the autotunes of trap music and also embodies a soleá of Bernarda de Utrera with ease. Some time ago, the flamenco had a life of its own but Morente never stops looking for new routes.
Now, with the collaboration with Alonso Díaz, Soleá shines with “Ole lorelei”. With this paradoxical and rapturous combination of hits that will be brought to us this FIB.. It is sure to be an incredible concert.Close