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Punk didn’t need another band, much less one called Solomillo Wellington (Solomillo Wellington is the name of a poshy and old fashioned meat recipe), but after a night of bustle, Kañon from the ineffable Campamento Rumano and Ana and Andrés from Los Retumbes managed to put electrifying Edurne at the head of this combo, and began to make songs. A few weeks later they recorded their first EP with four songs released by Family Spree Recordings and began to give concerts. Their influences are clearly old school punk with lyrics full of bad language and slaps for the necks in need of them.

Pic by Rebeca Ulken