The Band

Julian Maraboto (Voice and Guitar)
Julian Maraboto (Voice and Guitar)

Julian Maraboto is a lovely mexican pilgrim who comes from the town where chilli xalapeños grow. He entered the European borders with a guitar and a sombrero that was confiscated by the fashion police. He is a very versatile musician; he writes his own material about love, friendship, culture, politics and being a foreigner in Europe. He never misses the opportunity to clarify that Mexicans do not eat burritos.

Amila Jusufagic (Accordeon)
Amila Jusufagic (Accordeon)

Amila has a innate appreciation for female cleavage. She is a pussy-cat lover but she does not own a pet at the moment. Her second favorite animal is the beaver. She likes eating healthy, vegetarian cooking, and she enjoys pretty much any meal that does not contain sausage.

Mario Casas (Electric Guitar)
Mario Casas (Electric Guitar)

Mario Casas is the son of a tea table salesman and a midwife who resent him for not being a girl. Started playing the guitar at the age of 15 to impress a girl who ended up being his cousin; she was not impressed. Despite being born in Colombia, he was not aware about the existence of Shakira. When he finally heard her music, Mario claimed he had a natural predisposition to detest her.

Lass “guido knight” Skak (Drums)
Lass “guido knight” Skak (Drums)

In his leisure time, Lass enjoys listening to metal music while sacrificing newborn goats and worshiping the prince of darkness lucifer. He often insists on the idea that Los Fuegos music needs more growling, headbanging and satan related lyrics. Due to his well maintained long hair, he is often the subject of compliments on the streets, as he is mistaken for a teenage girl when seen from behind. Despite his long silky girl-like hair on his scalp, he is unable to grow a decent beard.

Rasmus Olesen (Bass)
Rasmus Olesen (Bass)

In his free time, Rasmus is part of an elderly choir where he is well known for reaching very high notes, to the extent that he is believed to be the world’s last castrato. Rasmus is a singer-songwriter himself, in his songs he reveals his creative sensitivities by writing about not being able to connect with other humans, being awkward in social situations, and failing to make people laugh with his unfunny jokes. He claims to be slightly addicted to Knoppers.