Welcome to the glorious sound of Ex-Boyfriends: hard-hitting impure pop, with fuzz and grin from ear to ear, incredibly bright melodies, and a clear love of making music. His songs transpire in each note a kind of transgenerational range that ranges from classic Spanish pop of the 60s to the best neo-psychedelic rock-garage of the last twenty years. Ex-boyfriends carry in the DNA of their melodies and arrangements flashes of the Smiths, the Byrds, Spiritualized, the Saicos, Suicide, the Brian Jonestown Massacre or Jesus and Mary Chain. By transferring them to the universe and the sound of Spanish, an interesting dimension is added: that of its lyrics of reverie, disappointment and euphoria that marry perfectly with those acid sounds. After two LPs, Tamu, Juan and Txema offer us two new songs: "I wait for you at the end", a cut inspired by the Velvet about night connections and “Tell me where I can go”, a Spanish version of the American cult band The Dovers. As her friends Melenas say: "these are the only ex-boyfriends you will always want to see."