5 LUNAS PRODUCCIONES has the honor of presenting the fourth album of the band from El Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz): OMNI. Its name is CRÓNICAS DEL VIENTO and it is the album that the followers of the band have been waiting for a long time, therefore, it is having a tremendous reception, for its production, presentation and the sound quality that can be seen in the two albums that are included in the digipack. With this work 5 LUNAS aims to enliven and encourage the Spanish symphonic and progressive bands, it is as if he punched the table (figuratively) of the Spanish progressive and said: “Si se puede!”. In our country we can create and publish symphonic and progressive rock albums because there are bands capable of doing so and it is not as risky as many believe.
“Crónicas del viento” is composed almost entirely in 2009 but for different reasons it remains anchored in time, in a drawer, until fourteen years later, the record label 5 Lunas, proposes that this project see the light and that the public could enjoy it. OMNI means “All”, and in this work everything is emotion and feelings, everything unites and converges, everything is calm and serene, and ultimately everything is released.
It is a narrative of facts and sensibilities with musical passages of multiple influences.
The band claims to defend and promote the style, for this they decide to invite important musicians to have a musical feast with them, making them enjoy, live and share harmonies and emotions.
Sit down to listen to ” Chronicles of the wind” and you will notice how the warm wind from the south is falling in love little by little until you are flooded with magic. They say that words are carried away by the wind, but it also brings us that breeze with sounds from other parts that infect and knocks on your window to open your mind.
14 songs are recorded being one of them bonus track (new version of “Tras el puente”, which appears in the first work of the band). In track 13, Diego Ruiz (Storm) and Tato Macías (Mantra) mount a “Sandstorm” where they play the drums first one, then the other and at the end the two together.
The original essence of the songs has been respected and we have given it a modern touch to achieve a compact quality sound.
The result is a double CD with almost two hours of symphonic / progressive rock music that we present in an ecological digipack of three bodies with the reference 5LPCD013.