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From a musical note to infinity

The concept of infinity is difficult to imagine, but  this group links the word to inspiration.Their name is Punto Infinito and this Spanish band is working on 12 songs for their first album, that will be released next year. They say their songs are slightly different from todays music.   

VíCTOR TREJO 

Singer and guitar. Punto Infinito

"We want our audience to listen to the songs, to stop and think about them. That's why our lyrics are not very blunt, but rather they need to be studied carefully.â? 

They are openly Catholic, but their songs aren't religious. They sing about universal feelings such as love or personal achievements. And this has sometimes triggered criticism. 

ALBERTO íLVAREZ 

Bass. Punto Infinito 

"Unfortunately, many doors have been shut, even by Catholics, because they said we weren't doing what we were supposed to do: to sing about religion in a direct way.â? 

The band was formed in 2008 and 5 years later, they are just as ready to travel the world with their pop-rock music style and their unique message. 

PM/IZA 

Punto Infinito 

-JM

-PR

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