“Pablo Und Destruktion has a titanium prosthesis, nine screws nailed from side to side in his arm that when the weather changes cause serious discomfort. He is an open and talkative person, he gains confidence quickly and gets very angry when someone misses the truth. He likes friendship, freedom and good weather. He does not like injustice, evil, or spoiled children. He has cleared several cesspools in the Comarca de la Sidra and now, using a very similar technique, he dedicates himself to making songs ”. This is how the Asturian singer, whose real name is Pablo G. Díaz, presented himself when he burst onto the national scene back in 2012. In his four albums published to date, Pablo Und Destruktion has approached the Asturian song and author’s folk with a mysterious and psychedelic cadence. His songs are ceremonies with a life of their own, intimate songs full of sensations and ecstatic regrets. Become a sort of visceral crooner, as soon as he aims at Nick Cave as at Paco Ibañez, hitting the nail on the head with tons of intensity, personality and lyrics that know how to look for the universal in the popular, and get the beauty of violence (and the violence of beauty).