Nunatak inician hoy en Murcia su gira de festivales

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Nunatak start their festival tour today in Murcia

The Carthaginians Nunatak start today in Murcia their summer festival tour. From here they will go through a long list of state events presenting “Nunatak and the invisible island”their album from last year.

“Nunatak and the invisible island”the group’s fifth full-length album, was released self-published more than a year ago, but its songs remain as alive as the first day. Especially when combined with songs from previous works in a career, that of Nunatak, that has already spanned a decade. And that is precisely what the band does in these sets that they will offer at festivals where they will also play anthems such as “El grito”, “Romper el cielo”, “A miles de vuelos de vuelos” or their song in support of the Mar Menor “Sol y sal”.

You can see them today at Murcia (2 July, Momentos Alhambra), to continue with Bilbao (11 July, Bilbao BBK Live), Barcelona (12 July, Cruïlla), Caravaca (13 July, Noches del Camino), Castro Urdiales (19 July, Sonorica), Benicàssim (20 July, FIB), Cartagena (3 August, La Mar de Músicas), Aranda de Duero (10 August, Sonorama), Almería (15 August, Cooltural) and Granada (13-14 September, Granada Sound). Later, andOn October 11th, You can also see them in Saragossaforming part of the musical poster of the Pillar parties.

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