About to celebrate three decades of experience, they will do next year, the Galician group is a benchmark of Celtic music. Now published new album, Extra Mundi, 16th of his career.
It was 1986 when there was Luar Na Lubre in the city of A Coruna powered by Bieito Romero. For almost thirty years tour the band has cemented a solid track record acquired great importance after his collaboration with Mike Oldfield.
Turned into one of the great international benchmarks of Celtic music in Spain, Luar Na Lubre ended last November 5th in Madrid's Sala Galileo Galilei tour Sons da Lubre nas Noites de Luar hanging the sign "no entry" and offering the best of his repertoire with great success. Following the publication of Mar Maior, his last studio album so far and the magnificent work with the Symphony Orchestra of Galicia collected on a CD titled Torre de Breoghán published in December 2014, now reaches Extra Mundi to the delight of his followers thousands.