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Fifteen years after their first concerts back in 1996, it is difficult to summarize what has happened. It is probably the story of one of the most solid careers of Spanish independent music, made little by little and thanks to word of mouth, showing that the path that ends up with Niños Mutantes being a cult band is just the opposite of the hypes and the flowers of a day… It is the path of personality and direct attack to the bowels that manages to install a band in the hearts of the people. Niños Mutantes have always been independent in the strict sense of the word. Their music is not tied to material constraints and it is a long background race in the struggle to learn and to grow from humility and total honesty in music and its messages. Their latest album, Diez, was released in 2017 and has received the best reviews of their long career, making them step up to another artistic and professional level, with a special commitment to intensity and electricity, and the incorporation of Alonso Díaz Carmona (leader of Napoleón Solo) for their live acts.