Not a very talented voice, without any colour or brilliance, singing quietly, so as not to disturb anyone, low enough to hear yourself but no one else. All that plus an arpeggiated guitar acting at the same time as melody and rhythm. And so, in its more intimate and folky incarnation we met José González, who now after his second long player under his own name, flies again in the company of Junip, the project he has shared with Tobias Winterkorn (organ) and Elias Araya (drums) since the end of the 90s. The trio recently finished recording their first album, titled “Fields”, to be released by Mute (U.S.), City Slang (Europe), Shock (Australia) and Ultra-Vybe (Japan) around 14th September. As an album advance, the band are offering the free download of “Rope and Summit,” an EP you can get here in exchange of your e-mail address.