Enrique Bunbury started his singing and songwriting career in 1986, as a member of the legendary Spanish rock band Héroes del Silencio. The group was together for ten years, during which they recorded four studio albums that redefined Spanish rock. Héroes created their own signature style by combining national and international influences while touring Europe, Latin America and North America.
On December 11, 2020, just seven months after the release of "Posible", Bunbury published his eleventh studio album, "Curso de Levitación Intensivo", for which, in addition to working with Los Santos Inocentes, he also had experimental jazz musicians. The sound transition from "Possible" to "Curso de Levitación Intensivo" is not radical: the electronics are still key, although, in the atmosphere of the album, there is a greater organic contrast. In addition, as a novelty, we find an inclination towards Afrobeat and jazz patterns in the rhythmic bases. The artist has made it clear that he is "leaving a contemporary stage, going to a new place. There are things in "Curso de Levitación Intensivo" that point that way". On the other hand, the literary and poetic discourse is satirical, fierce and elegant. The ten songs that make up this work spring from a "dysfunctional zoo" and the composer could not be more explicit.
The hypnotic 'El Día de Mañana', the energetic “El Precio que Hay que Pagar”, the beautiful and raw “Malditos Charlatanes” or the atomic 'Tenías razón en todo’ are some of the songs that make up this magnificent album.