Led by singer and songwriter venezuelan Yoly Rojas, presents on the one part a vinyl 7" of limited edition and numbered of 105 copies spiced with a cover more than suggestive and that will not go unnoticed, bearing the signature musical of the pop-rock symphonic toward eroticism sharing these 5 girls of Valencia. The ep features three themes, and that opens the face, 'Me Cuesta Tanto Olvidarte' version of the group Mecano, Butterfly masterfully evoked his field, serves as an introduction that comes attached to a funny video clip. On the B side are the original songs 'Bella Despertó' and 'Detrás De Mi Razón'.
On the other hand and at the same time, the coming-out comes with the CD titled 'Detrás De Mi Razón', a compilation of 10 songs a unique sound emanating mainly sung in spanish. The lyrics talk about some of the problems that surround us today, such as global warming in 'World Dreams', labor exploitation 'Esclavitud' or child abuse in 'Sobre Mi Colchón'. They also make a nod to the Spanish Republic in 'Bella Despertó' or remember Anne Frank in 'La Casa De Atrás', or especially, made based on unvarnished rock one of the songs that is a hymn to his followers, 'Butterfly', issue shares in letter a double look and that everyone can and should be interpreted in their own way. The disc is completed 'Mi Enfermedad', version of Fabiana Cantilo and that Andres Calamaro wrote, 'Detrás De Mi Razón', 'Hasta Despertar' and 'Para Soñar'. The song 'Me Cuesta Tanto Olvidarte' appears only on vinyl. Made in 2013. (Ref: TR 005/TR 006 CD).