Miami-based band Arboles Libres which means "Free Trees" in Spanish is comprised of singer Juan Ignacio (Nacho) Londono, guitarist Eddie Moreno, and drummer Anthony Genovese. The trio has just self-released their first studio album this summer called Father. The album was recorded and produced by Aaron Fishebin, at Franchise Studio in Miami, Florida. A behind the scenes short-film of their time in the studio entitled, A Day with Arboles, was released before the album and quickly went viral with fans who were eager to get a glimpse of what could be expected.
Father represents three years of songwriting and performing for the trio, who have seen a massive growth in their fan following, and buzz about their live shows. Arboles Libres released an EP in 2009 which was followed by a host of nationwide performances and opening slots at: SXSW, LAMC, CMJ, He's My Brother, She's My Sister, The Memorials, and an invitation to perform for Marc Anthony in an exclusive addition for the show Q'Viva', to name a few. Father is an expansive statement by the trio, who in the last three years, have been creatively restless and anxious to deliver their first studio album.
As proven since the beginning, Arboles Libres, loves to work and stay in constant motion. As a bi-lingual act, they have redefined the boundaries of rock music, proving that there is no language barrier amongst the varying demographics in the audience. Their musicianship speaks volumes. The band has made their new album available for streaming and purchase exclusively on their site, www.arboleslibres.com, where you can also, download the new single "Andar". It is expected that the trio will announce tour dates in Fall 2012. Stay tuned for more album news.