Caracoles 2018
La noche de las "Flores" de Caracoles. Official presentation of the new album in Tenerife, may 2018.
Caracoles in Sala Maravillas, Madrid, mayo 2018
Fabián Rosquete: percussion and vocals
Pedro Garcia "Peter Point the Power": bass
Germán Cuesto: spanish guitar
Nuria "Nuki" Hernández: lead vocal
Luis Pérez: drums
David González: keyboards
Moments: Caracoles new album "Flores" official presentation, Tenerife 2018
Moments: Caracoles new album in Sevilla, 2018
Caracoles new album in Madrid, 2018
Caracoles new album in Casa das Crechas, Santiago de Compostela, 2018


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New show "Flores", Caracoles´ video promo ago'18
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  • country:Spain
  • region:Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
  • style(s):Rumba, World Fusion
  • label:Clipia
  • type:Band
  • instrumentation:pop group
  • artist posted by:Caracoles

Line up

  • David González (Keyboards)
  • Fabián Rosquete (Percussion & backing vocals)
  • Germán Cuesto (Spanish guitar & backing vocals)
  • Luis Pérez (Drums)
  • Nuria Hernández (Lead singer)
  • Pedro García  (Electric bass)


The Canary Islands are the departure point for Caracoles’ musical fusion. Caracoles is a mestizo music group from Tenerife known, not only for their energising live show, mix of rumba, flamenco and latinoamerican styles, but also for their work in solidarity with refugees fleeing the international war zones. Formed in 2008 and with a very personal style, Caracoles has became a reference group in the Canary Islands bringing to its cultural and artistic panorama an open and joyful music. In 2015 the growing refugee crisis compelled them to do something and they create "Cumbia Mujiquera" (inspired by the personality of José Mújica, ex-president of Uruguay). They began using their upbeat mestizo sound to convey more serious messages.
In 2017 they ran a successful crowdfunding campaign to finance a journey to Greece alongside the organisation Pallasos en Rebeldía, where they performed in refugee camps in Athens.
2018 is the first decade of Caracoles and they celebrate these ten years with their new album realease, Flores (Flowers), which took them on tour through Spain earlier this year, raising money for Proactiva Open Arms, an NGO working to rescue refugees in the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea.