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Vetusta Morla is a Spanish indie rock band originally from Tres Cantos, Madrid, who sings in Spanish. After nine years of musical journey, in February 2008 they published their first feature, Un día en el mundo. Three years later, in 2011, they published their second album, Maps. On April 8 after several years of touring Spain and other countries, they published their third album,La Deriva. In 2017 they publish their fourth album Mismo Sitio, Distinto Lugar. The band owes its name to the character Vetusta Morla from La historia interminable, the giant old turtle ("vetusta" in Spanish is synonymous with old, old woman. History Vetusta Morla was born in the summer of 1998. It all started at the José Luis Sampedro Institute, in the Madrid town of Tres Cantos. The first components of Vetusta Morla were Pucho (Juan Pedro Martín, voice), David García "el Indio" (drums), Jorge González (percussion), Alejandro Notario (bass) and Guillermo Galván (guitar). Later, at the end of 1998, Juan Manuel Latorre joined the group as a guitar and keyboard, Alejandro Notario left the group, finally completing the sextet with Álvaro B. Baglietto. The group takes its name from the old turtle of the youthful novel The Endless Story, by Michael Ende. Morla is a turtle who chose to believe herself fair enough to become nothing. The recording of his first model, 13 hours with Lucy, took place in January 2000. After winning in March of the same year the second prize of the Hortaleza Musical Contest, and the first prize of the State Pop-Rock Contest of Rivas-Vaciamadrid A few months later, the opportunity arose to record a second demo, which would take the name of the band, in January 2001.

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