The Beatles have acted as the pinnacle of musical inspiration for hundreds, if not thousands of artists over the years, but Barcelona based indie-pop band, Pablo and The Appleheads, dig deep into the music of the iconic ‘Fab Four’ to create their vintage-esque style and sound.
However, whilst Pablo and The Appleheads provide listeners with a shiver of ‘Beatles’ nostalgia, their music is mixed in with modern production, akin to the likes of Oasis or Radiohead. This genius plan was cooked up by Barcelona’s very own singer/songwriter Pablo Villavecchia in 2014 with the debut album ‘Stars and Dots’; a record encapsulating an introspection of light and darkness.
Having been raised in a family of musicians, his father being the saxophonist for famed Spanish 80s band, Loquillo y los Trogloditas, and his mother being a singer, Pablo was always set a promising career in music. As a result, the influence has always been there for Pablo since he was introduced to the scene at such a young age.