Brothers Pedro and Esteban Perles, and Calde Ramírez played in several bands that were, or still are, legends on the Spanish indie scene, such as Ledatres and bigott, indie producer Paco Loco’s band, as well as Spain based American folk singer Josh Rouse's backing band. As Perlita, they decided to explore other worlds – worlds where synths and drum machines rule, yet with plenty room for wild percussion and marvellously poppy melodies. The new direction became clear on their first effort Cangrejo Yeti, and they went on a seemingly never-ending tour that took them all the way to Japan, where Osaka based imprint Flake Records decided to release the album.
A year later they went back into the studio in Puerto de Santa María, to record Caballo Rojo. Electronic pop made with an open mind, with a special fondness of the poetry in details, and with a production that is constantly morphing throughout the record.