Soleá Morente is an artist whose nature is different from ever other precedent within the alternative scene. Until yesterday, any figure that had mixed rock and flamenco came whether from a rock or a flamenco background. Instead, Soleá has born in a crossroad, as she has both frameworks. Her career as singer started during her collaboration to the Evangelista’s album Homenaje a Enrique Morente (2012). She has performed along Los Evangelistas in numerous concerts and has published with them the miniLP Encuentro (El Volcán, 2013), where Soleá’s voice takes upon the lead and continues exploring the nuances between flamenco and pop.
Her moment has arrived. After multiple artistic aventures, she releases her first album qualified as such, “Tendrá que haber un camino”. She has looked for her role and she has founded among her many and different loved ones. Therefore, this album is not about meetings, but more about The overwhelming cast of special guests responds to artistic and vital reasons. She has bonds with every one of them, blood or friendship ties. Soleá with J and La Bien Querida with musicians from Los Planetas, Lagartija Nick, Lori Meyers and Pájaro Jack, her siblings Estrella and José Enrique, her mother Aurora and the huge amount of heritage from her father, Enrique. “Tendrá que haber un camino” aims a long way and starts, of course from Granada’s heart.