The group that emerged as a comfort zone for a few misfits, playing between layers and layers of guitars with the duality and associations of its name: shadows/light, melody/distortion.
Odio París aroused enormous expectation following the release of their first demo, obtaining great reviews with their debut. They were top of the year’s charts, competed for the Independent Music Awards and the Mexican IMAS, and toured Spain for two and a half years.
It’s taken them four years to create their second masterpiece, which finally sees the light at the beginning of 2016 with their new album, Cenizas y Flores. This is the most impressive guitar production by Hans Kruger, with mastering by Joe Lambert (Wild Nothing, War On Drugs, Deerhunter, etc.).