The Unfinished Sympathy started in 2000 with their first album "The unfinished sympathy" that led them to their first Spanish and european tours, including the recording of a John Peel Session at London's BBC, being the first Spanish band ever to be invited to the show.
An extensive european tour with american band Joshua, a german tour with label mates Maple and support for Jimmy Eat World and Bad Religion led them to their second album, "An investment in logistics" in 2003 and a second visit to the BBC studios to record another Peel Session . This was quickly followed by their third album, "Rock for food" (2004). In 2006 they signed for Subterfuge Records and recorded their fourth album "We push you pull". In October 2008 they entered the studio to record "Avida Dollars", released in march 2009 and presented worldwide, with highlight appearances at Festival Internacional de Benicassim (FiB), Barcelonas' BAM, and for the first time they toured the USA appearing at Austin's SXSW amongst others. The band split in April 2010 after a final live appearance at Barcelona's Palau Sant Jordi and Eric Fuentes and Joan Colomo followed respective solo careers. In 2015 the band reunited for their original label BCore 25th anniversary show at Apolo in Barcelona on June 26. Now, 2017 is the year we see them return, Eric Fuentes, Oriol Casanovas, Joan Colomo and Víctor García are back with 'It's a crush!'.