Born in Madrid, but with roots in Granada (where she lives), daughter of the maestro Enrique Morente and the flamenco dancer Aurora Carbonell. She sang for the first time as a soloist on the stage of Barcelona’s Palau de la Música (2011), as a guest of her friends Los Evangelistas, with whom she would later, as a lead singer, release the EP Encuentro. Ole Lorelei is more eclectic, harder to define album, where funk and R&B began to appear, showing her nonconformist, restless spirit. On this album, she worked with Alonso Díaz (Napoleon Solo).
“Lo Que Te Falta” will be released in 2020 and it comes out, accompanied by her regular collaborators: Ana Fernández-Villaverde, David Rodríguez, J… She is getting back to her roots, this time with rumba as the star. It is a rumba that is deformed, that jumps around and sticks to any style it can.