Atila Demai, Guillermo Botí and Hugo Mell
Three friends from Madrid and playing Happy-Folk.
Atila Demai (Buenos Aires, 1994), Guillermo Botí (Barcelona, 1993) and Hugo Mell (Moissac, 1993) formed Dear Audrey in early 2015 in Madrid.
In the summer of that year, after several months playing together, they go on a roadtrip to the Mediterranean coast, where they play in different beach shacks.
This trip makes them grow together and helps them to find their music style, which nowadays their audience call "Happy Folk". This comes from the sound of a couple acoustic guitars, a banjo, a mandolin and a piano added to the fresh melodies and the harmonies of their three voices.
They've played in several of Madrid's most famous live music places, like Costello Club, Moby Dick or Siroco. They've also opened for important national and international bands like Panic! At The Disco, Love of Lesbian or Dvicio in arenas like Razzmatazz or La Riviera, where they've received great feedback from audiences of all ages. This summer, they'll make their festival debut playing on Mad Cool Festival, sharing stage with bands like The Lumineers, Foo Fighters, Green Day or Kings of Lion.
At the moment, they're writing, touring and starting to prepare their second album, where they want to show a more personal, organic sound, never leaving behind the harmonies and the happy-folk vibes that describe the band.
The Head and The Heart, Mighty Oaks, The Lumineers, Mumford & Sons, Jack Johnson, James Bay, John Mayer etc.
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