Estopa now more inspired to share music

Mexico City, Feb 15 (IANS/EFE) The two brothers who make up the Spanish duo Estopa find themselves "more inspired than ever" to create and share music with the public.

"Time gives you the power to assimilate what you're doing," while allowing you "to enjoy each concert and each song 100 percent", Jose Manuel Munoz said during an interview with EFE in Mexico City.

Estopa is in "the best stage" of it career, older brother David chimed in.

Among the "many goals and dreams" they have reached, the brothers are very proud that major Spanish artists such as Ana Belen and Joaquin Sabina have performed Estopa compositions.

David and Jose Manuel were in Mexico City to announce dates for an upcoming tour of Mexico and Colombia featuring material from their latest album, "Estopa 2.0", whose title is meant both to evoke their eponymous 1999 debut disc and herald the start of a new phase for the duo.

At a press conference following the interview, the pair performed four songs from the tour repertoire.




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