Jorra i Gomorra has been growing since its first album Música sèria (Bubota/Indian Runners, 2017), one of the most solid and brilliant debuts for Spanish music magazine Rockdelux. They have just released a new EP named A Manacor, full with winks to the iconoclastic pop and one of the band’s hallmark: mixing lyrics about typical Spanish customs with themes than come from his most librarian facet, such as the Catalan literature from XIV century or his Latin studies.

They have been also chosen by AIEnruta, the rights management entity for artists in Spain, to perform some shows out of the island in the Peninsula and Canary Islands, and in those they confirm what we all knew from their beginning: that Jora i Gomorra are one of the most promising and special bands of this XI decade after Quimi Portet.