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Mai Meneses, leader of Nena Daconte (2013)
Background information
Also known asMai Meneses
OriginMadrid, Barcelona
Years active2004–present
LabelsUniversal Music Spain
MembersMai Meneses (Vocals, Composer & Writer)

Nena Daconte (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈnena ðaˈkonte])[a] is a Spanish pop band created and led by singer and composer Mai Meneses in Barcelona circa 2005. The band takes its name inspired by a character from the short story 'The Trail Of Your Blood On The Snow', by Gabriel García Márquez.

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'The Trail of Your Blood in the Snow' depicts the opposite extreme of the social spectrum. Billy Sánchez, the spoiled son of a rich Colombian, is honeymooning with his bride, Nena Daconte, in Europe, when the girl inexplicably pricks herself with a thorn and bleeds to death. When the wound initially occurs, Billy is too self-absorbed to pay much attention, but he finally realizes that something is seriously wrong and deposits his young wife in a hospital in Paris.

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Early years[edit]

Fanlo left the formation and Mai Meneses continues as the lead singer and songwriter of Nena Daconte. Before the creation of Nena Daconte, Mai Meneses participated in the second edition of a Spanish TV singing contest called Operacion Triunfo.


He Perdido los Zapatos (2006)[edit]

'Retales de Carnaval' tour (2008)

Nena Daconte's first album was titled He perdido los zapatos (I´ve Lost My Shoes) and it was edited and produced by Daconte Music, the band's own record label, in 2005. Shortly after, Nena Daconte signed with music label Universal Music Spain, and the album was released and sold to the public on March 27, 2006.[1] The music and lyrics of the record were composed by Mai Meneses,[2] based on early drafts written by her during previous years.

Nena Daconte performing live (Barcelona 2011)

Idiota (Idiot) was their first single. Later editions of the album included a new version of Idiota produced by Carlos Jean and mastered in New York City. Idiota reached number 25 of the Spanish billboard charts.

The second single was En que estrella estará (In What Star Will It Be). The song was selected to be the official theme for the Vuelta Ciclista a España (Spanish Cycling Tour) of 2006. For this promoting event, Nena Daconte filmed a videoclip[3] along with Spanish Hollywood actor Antonio Banderas. En que estrella estará reached the number 1 position[4] on the Spanish billboard charts for 5 weeks.

Nena Daconte's debut album went Gold in Spain. Later on that same year, Nena Daconte was nominated for an MTV Europe Music Awards.

In 2006, Nena Daconte was awarded the Premio Ondas (Spanish music Award) for Best Spanish Breakout Artist.[5]

In 2007, Nena Daconte released a luxury edition of He perdido los zapatos with new bonus tracks, including acoustic versions of the songs Engáñame a mi también (Fool Me Too) and Pierdo el tiempo (Wasting My Time), as well as a cover of Bob Dylan´s song The Mighty Quinn, which featured in the Spanish TV spot of Codorniu.[6] Aside from these new songs, the luxury edition also included a DVD with updated artwork, pictures and interviews.

The He perdido los zapatos tour featured more than 100 concerts throughout Spain. The band also played live in Berlin (Pop-Konn Festival) and Paris.

Retales de Carnaval (2008)[edit]

Nena Daconte live in Madrid (2013)

Their second album, titled 'Retales De Carnaval', was released in Spain on September 30, 2008, two years after the debut record. As with the first record, this second album was entirely composed by Mai Meneses.

The first single to air on the radio was Tenia tanto que darte (I Had a Lot To Give You), and it premiered in August 2008. On November of that same year, Tenia tanto que darte reached the number 1 position on the Spanish billboard chart (40 Principales), clinching it for two consecutive weeks.[7] For the video of the single, Nena Daconte worked along with producer Marc Lozano of Nanouk Films.[8]

Tenia tanto que darte became Spain's Best Selling song of 2008 on iTunes. Likewise, record sales made the album become Platinum in September 2009.[9] The song's music video has over 5 million views on YouTube.[10]

El Aleph (The Aleph) was Nena Daconte's second single for this album. The title of the song was based on the book written by Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges in 1949.

On the burning February morning Beatriz Viterbo died, after braving an agony that never for a single moment gave way to self-pity or fear, I noticed that the sidewalk billboards around Constitution Plaza were advertising some new brand or other of American cigarettes. The fact pained me, for I realised that the wide and ceaseless universe was already slipping away from her and that this slight change was the first of an endless series. The universe may change but not me, I thought with a certain sad vanity. I knew that at times my fruitless devotion had annoyed her; now that she was dead, I could devote myself to her memory, without hope but also without humiliation.Beginning paragraphs of The Aleph, by Jorge Luis Borges

Nena Daconte with her acoustic guitar (Madrid 2013)

The videoclip for El Aleph aired on February 26, 2009. It was directed by Juan Antonio Bayona (director of The Impossible and winner of the 2008 Premio Goya for El orfanato)[11] and filmed at Barcelona's Meridiana district. This song reached the number 5 position in the Spanish billboard chart (40 principales).

The third single was Ay! Amor (Oh! Love) which came out almost simultaneously along with Nena Daconte's collaboration with Argentinian composer Coti in the song Perdóname.

The Retales de carnaval tour featured more than 150 live shows throughout Spain, including performances at the Teatro Español[12] in Madrid and the Palacio de la Musica Catalana in Barcelona.

Una Mosca en el Cristal (2010)[edit]

In 2010, Nena Daconte released its third album titled Una mosca en el cristal, produced by Alejo Stivel.[13] The single No te invite a dormir (I Didn't Invite You Over)[14] reached number 17 on the Spanish billboard charts (40 Principales).

In February 2011, Perdida (Lost) was released as the second single.[15] On that same year, Nena Daconte started an acoustic tour throughout Spain under the name Nena Daconte Club.[16]

Likewise, in late 2011, Nena Daconte participated on a tribute album for Antonio Vega, giving voice to the song Tesoros along with composer LA (native singer from Mallorca).

In 2012, Nena Daconte took a role in the single Pero si tu no estás, which was the main theme and soundtrack of 'La Fuga', a Spanish TV series.[17]

Solo muerdo por ti (2013)[edit]

Nena Daconte getting ready backstage (Madrid 2013)

Aoc monitor driver e1659fwu. On April 30, 2013, Nena Daconte released in Spain their fourth studio álbum titled “Solo muerdo por ti”.[18] It was recorded in Madrid at estudios Sonobox and produced by Manuel Colmenero and Jabibu Carretero (Vetusta Morla, Eladio y los seres queridos).[19]

The álbum contains 13 new songs[20] (plus two more tracks in their digital edition), all composed by Mai Meneses. The album takes its title from the nursery rhyme that she composed for her son (track number 13).[21] On the same day of its debut, Solo muerdo por ti became number 1 in sales in iTunes Spain.[22]

According to Mai Meneses “I feel that this album is more mature and I have meditated each phrase for almost two years… there is nothing left to chance, everything is measured: every lyric, step, there is lots of work.[23]

As per the critics, the album is “clear and direct”. As for its sound, it is as genuine as the origins of Nena Daconte.[24] The first single is title “Dispare” and it aired for the first time on March 5, 2013. The music video was recorded at the abandoned factory of Pegaso, at the outskirts of Madrid and produced by Zoo and SevenSenses.[25]

New Album (2019)[edit]

Mai Meneses teased her official Instagram account in both 2017 and 2018 with lyrical fragments and short videos that revealed plans for a new album. In November 2018, Nena Daconte quietly dropped a new single entitled Amanecí (I Woke Up). A few weeks later, fans were surprised with another single, Mi Mala Suerte (My Bad Luck) that was accompanied by a music video.The name of the new album and visual project has yet to be named, but is expected to be released sometime in 2019.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Awards & Nominations
2006Entire albumHe perdido los zapatos 2006 MTV European Music Awards Nomination
2006En que estrella estaraHe perdido los zapatosNumber 1 song on Spanish Billboard Chart
2006En que estrella estaraHe perdido los zapatosPremio ONDAS
2006Entire albumHe perdido los zapatos40 Principales Award for Best New Band[26]
2006Entire albumHe perdido los zapatosCertified Gold record
2008Tenia tanto que darteRetales de carnavalNumber 1 song on Spanish Billboard Chart
2008Entire albumRetales de carnavalCertified Platinum record
2008Tenia tanto que darteRetales de carnavalPremio de la Música Award for Best Videoclip


YearSongSpanish Billboard Chart

Position (40 Principales)

2005IdiotaNumber 25
2006En que estrella estaráNumber 1
2007MartaNumber 20
2008Tenía tanto que darteNumber 1
2009El AlephNumber 5
2009Ay! amorNumber 18
2009Perdóname (with singer Coti)Number 20
2010No te invité a dormirNumber 17
2010PerdidaNumber 30
2011Son niños
2011El halcón que vive en mi cabeza
2011Pero si tú no estásSoundtrack of Spanish TV series La fuga
2018Mi Mala Suerte

Other projects[edit]

Other Projects Involving Nena Daconte
2004Inma SerranoMi amorSoy capaz y pequeñas joyas
2009CotiPerdónameMalditas canciones
2010Marta SánchezSoy yoDe par en par
2010Ana TorrojaSueña (written by Mai Meneses)Sonrisa
2010Luis Ángel Segura (LA)TesorosTribute to Antonio Vega
2011AirbagTráilerManual de montaña rusa
2012Soundtrack to TV series La fugaPero si tú no estásSoundtrack of La fuga



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