Love of Lesbian began its musical journey with the turn of the century, and throughout its first decade of life released its first albums, building its own identity that makes it a unique band in its environment.
In 2009 they released their iconic album "1999 (o cómo generar incendios de nieve con una lupa enfocando la luna)". From this moment on, they are no longer considered a promise and take two steps forward in their career and explode for the general public. From then on, successful tours follow one after the other, gold records, number 1 in the AFYVE charts, the first trips to Latin America and London, and the Latin Grammy.
With their two subsequent releases "La noche eterna/Los días no vividos" 2012 and "El poeta Halley" 2016, the band consolidates its status as a musical reference of national pop, filling both the Wizink Center in Madrid and the Sant Jordi Club in Barcelona, twice, in 2017. It also manages to enter the Mexican market with unusual force, being their performances in two editions of the Vivelatino Festival (2014 and 2018) as well as their previous passage through Monterrey, Guadalajara and Ciudad Juarez presenting their albums in front of massive audiences, a prelude to their total triumph in CDMX filling the National Auditorium of Mexico (10,000 attendees) hanging the sold out sign days before the event (achieving a milestone within the reach of very few Spanish artists or formations). The group also reaped critical and public success in their presentations in Lima, Medellin, Bogota, Santiago de Chile and Buenos Aires, being the Spanish group with more projection in Latin America so far.
In 2021, the long awaited follow-up to "El poeta Halley" will be released, an album called "V.E.H.N." (Viaje épico hacia la nada). The presentation tour will include, in addition to the main Spanish cities and festivals, European capitals (London, Edinburgh, Paris, Berlin, Brussels and Geneva), the Latin American countries with the fastest growing fan base (Mexico, Chile, Peru, Colombia and Argentina) and a first visit to the U.S.A. with an extensive tour of more than 25 concerts.