After the second album, Fito Robles joins forces with DJ and electronic music producer XAVSS (a.k.a Xavi Road), becoming a duo and creating a new concept with live remixes of their songs on the stage. This served to create a new sound horizon in the project and allowed them to play in a lot of great spanish stages. In 2019 the new re-founded future pop duo signs with Hook Management and released a new album in 2020 called "Metrópolis", presenting a new musical DNA combining acoustic and electronic sounds that will transport them to the dance floors.
The band is completed with a third member in the shade, Oscar Herrador, one of the best spanish engineers and producers who has worked with artists like Antonio Vega, Luis Fonsi and Compay Segundo.
During 2020, Siloé released "La Vida Que Me Das", a future pop song featuring Miss Caffeina, becoming one of their most listened songs in just a few weeks.