She reached the general public in an overwhelming way with her first album, “11 de novembre”, nominated for best album in Spain and France in 2012, and which included the participation of guitarist Raul Fernandez Miró. In addition to receiving a gold record for this work, she saw, in the same year, the song “No Te Puedo Encontrar” – which she composed for the soundtrack of “Blancanieves” – winning a Goya Award.
Two years later, and again with Miró, she released an album of versions, “Granada”, where she explores musical and linguistic sounds, sung in French, English, German and four Iberian languages - and with which she again achieved gold. In 2017, she launched “Vestida de nit”, which combines classics from her repertoire with unpublished works and with which she traveled through Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Portugal, Turkey, Italy, France and Japan (in addition to more than thirty Spanish cities).
In July 2018, Grito Pelao premiered at the Avignon Festival, in which he received the Max Award for best musical composition and best dance show, together with the dancer and choreographer Rocío Molina. It should be noted that the singer, throughout her career, has been collaborating with artists such as Gino Paoli, Stefano Bollani, Toquinho or Joan Manuel Serrat.
Currently, she is launching and promoting the #proyectodrama, an online platform on which she shares songs that she creates together with other artists working on theater, cinema, dance or poetry. She saw recently her interpretation of Intemperie, which enters the film by Benito Zambrano with the same name, winning a Goya Award for best original song.
She will come to Barrocal Sound to present her most recent work, Farsa, full of original songs. Multidisciplinary, this work reveals the restlessness and duality between the real world and inner fragility. Sílvia Pérez Cruz will sing accompanied by her band, Farsa Circus Band.