White vinyl. Limited to 500. After more than twenty years on the musical panorama, Elefant has released a few albums that have been marked as "special", "unique" and "inimitable" in the history of Spanish pop. One of those albums is, without a doubt, "Popemas", the third album by the Asturian group NOSOTRÄSH. Their one-of-a-kind perspective about song writing, like small snippets of half-finished songs, stripped of bridges, choruses and verses, reduced to their most essential condition, the melody, with lyrics written on loose scraps of paper, notebooks, napkins, even bus tickets, dazzled US all. That album released in 2002 is today a point of reference for so many artists, and of course, for the public and the critics, both here in Spain and elsewhere (John Peel played "Arte", "Gloria", and more of the group's songs on his historic BBC program and always declared himself to be an unconditional fan of NOSOTRÄSH). It was the best album of the year for numerous specialized publications and even the prestigious Rockdelux named it the tenth best album of the decade, in a special edition of the magazine in which David Saavedra highlighted "a work of art that, for it's bravery, clarity of ideas and inspiration, seems very hard to beat". They solidified all of that on some of the most prestigious stages, from the Festival Internacional de Benicàssim to Primavera Sound.