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Defined by The Line Of Best Fit as the “Spanish power-pop wunderkind”, Ramirez Exposure’s sunshine-pop is influenced by The Beach Boys, The Beatles, Big Star or Jon Brion. His new album "Young Is The New Old" was released in April 2017 to critical acclaim. Produced by Ken Stringfellow (Posies, Big Star) and cult American songwriter Marc Jonson it features collaborations by Television's Richard Lloyd and Brian Young (The Jesus And Mary Chain). Live, he has played festivals such as FIB or Monkey Week and performed with international acts such as Nada Surf, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Jacco Gardner or Luna. An official showcasing artist at SXSW 2017, Chicago's WBEZ included him amongst the festival's highlights: “Ramirez Exposure brought an unexpected intensity and a riveting charisma to the jangly power-pop of his 2015 album Book of Youth and the forthcoming Young is the New Old. [...] he elevated sounds that could have been overly genteel or so inward-looking as to be solipsistic into something everyone could celebrate.” 2018 will see the release of a new tune mixed by Frank Maston (Maston, Jacco Gardner) followed by a European tour with Marc Jonson and Richard Lloyd.