Vagos Permanentes is a band founded in 2005 in Alcalá de Henares with different musical influences, ranging from ska, metal, punk and reggae. The group is formed by a group of friends from different neighborhoods complutenses.
After completing its first formation, composed the songs that later would become part of a mock-up of 3 issues. The criticism of it and the success of their first concerts make that group decides to take things more seriously. At the same time continue giving concerts, they begin to compose the songs of what will be their first album, which will be released in 2008. The count on the collaboration of groups like the Alves family and the hat's grandfather, as well as for the cover with an illustration of the legendary cartoonist Carlos Azagra (Makoki, Thursday, etc...).
Permanent is a 100% self-managed group and has always been responsible for all processes that involves throwing a disc and turn Live: recording, editing, design, promotion, distribution and Management. The theme of the Group's social issues always from a point of view which uses the sense of humour and irony as a method of mockery. In 2009 three of its members opened elZulo studies in Alcala de Henares and shortly thereafter the group enters it to give shape to their second album "Riding the comedy" (2010), album which garnered very good references and managed to consolidate the group in the circuit of Spanish festivals, playing at festivals such as Festi K, Tachu-Rock, Vikalvarrada, party of PCE or macro festivals such as the Aupa Lumbreiras! On the tour of this album the Group obtained its first international coming out to play Portugal and France dates.
The Group has shared the stage with bands such as Reincidentes, talc, Mama Ladilla, A Palo Seko, Gatillazo, Démodé, Rat-Zinger, Termofrigidus and Habeas Corpus.
In the year 2013 permanent Vagos gave out his third album, return to the hard bread, a concept album and his most elaborate to date work. The album takes 12 classic science fiction titles and leads them to their land by changing the names and providing them with the sense of humor that characterizes the group. The disc was financed through a crowdfunding project and thanks to the contributions of more than 300 patrons Group managed to distribute some 500 copies of the album at the time of putting it into circulation.
After the presentation in Madrid's Sala Caracol Group initiated the return to the bread hard Tour by rotating through the different rooms and national festivals for two years to offer more than 30 dates throughout, highlighting performances at festivals such as Aupa Lumbreiras 2013, Alterna Festival, hunger minstrels, Tresparock or comedy Fest.
At the beginning of 2015 group communicates returning to the premises to compose his new work and that it will be a trilogy of EPs inspired by the graph of Tales from the Crypt comics. Under the name "Abnormal phenomena" recorded two EPs of their own songs and versions. The titles of the EPs are "The silly man", "coming greys" and "Entertainment for lelas".