This album signals a new level of maturity for the venerable Madrid ensemble. This is an extremely listenable album and the more listens you give it, the more you find to love. Naked guitars run throughout their music whereas there is a solid and elliptical sonic architecture that shows scattered moments and confusion. Nicolás is somehow a playful and maverick person, exactly like debonair Blanca and Alberto. Alberto is behind other projects such as Mate and apart from being a reputed architect he is a bright and fecund in house songwriter at Siesta (Escarlatinas, Cristina Georgina, Bel Divioleta). Blanca is a pretty journalist and a true talented lyricist. Her lyrics are poignant and heartfelt. The record is a fascinating ragbag similar to the private room of Nicolás, a farrago. And Plastic D'Amour proves to be one of the brighter stars of the international pop underground in recent years. They have unquestionably a distinctive approach to pop music, effortlessly building a pleasant, floating, insulated tiny world you get lost in right away.