The music project Fuente Pública is named after the public springs that can be found around the Mediterranean Sea.
In pre Roman times, these places were probably not only used as water supplies but also as meeting points; as the village centre for the exchange of ideas, news and goods.
Fuente Pública’s music is influenced by the musical culture of the Mediterranean and related cultures in Latin America. It also references Oriental, Greek and Spanish music.
All the compositions are about water in its various forms. They are about the ocean (Noche al Mar, Ondas y Ballenas), rivers (Meeting by the River, Cruzar Rios, Gente del Rio) and bridges (Puente 25 hasta 29). Other themes include water carriers (Danca de Aguadores), and the basic human right of access to clean drinking water.