One of the most recognized singer/songwriters of the underground scene of Miami, FL and Puerto Rico, Colombian, Nacho Londoño, is characterized by a musical style where the blend of folk, experimental pop and rock predominates.
He has worked with renowned producers and creators such as Matt Knobel (Lenny Kravitz), Tom Dowd (Aretha Franklin, Eric Clapton, Lynyrd Skynrd, Rod Stewart, The Allman Brothers Band), Doc Wiley (Sonic Verve Studios) as well as Juan Pablo Manzanero, son of the singer/songwriter, the genius Armando Manzanero, A.T. Molina (Locos Por Juana, Jorge Moreno) and Itawe, Mark Kondrat and Javier 'Lakambra' Delgado (Locos Por Juana).
He has shared stage and worked with bands and artists such as He's My She's My Sister, La Secta, Brazilian Girls, Carlos Alberto "Nito" Mestre (Sui Generis), Jorge Moreno, Locos Por Juana, Yerba Buena, Jorge "Tereso" Correa, Jesse Jackson, Volume Zero and Sóniko among others. His music has paved way for projects like Balcony TV and to perform in LAMC, CMJ and SXSW music festivals, ASCAP-Billboard Latin Showcase sharing the stage with the singer-songwriter Coti, as well as in the Carnival on the Mile, Latin Funk Festival, Calle Ocho and a array of concerts at the universities of Puerto Rico.
Founder of the band Arboles Libres with which he released his first self-titled album in 2010, followed by the release of his second album, Father, in 2012. In 2014 he started working on his first solo album with producer Matt Knobel (Lenny Kravitz). In 2016 he released the album Final in digital format, a fusion of musical influences; an alternative-experimental pop production with brushstrokes of folk and rock.