The Madrid-based act (pictured), who recently released their second album, Dr Charas, say their confidence in their ability to fill the 15,000-cap. Barclaycard Center next March correlates with the number of Taburete listeners on the streaming service.
“Almost everything we do is in terms of Spotify, seeing the number of listeners,” frontman Willy Bárcenas tells Spanish promoters’ association APM. “We estimate that in Madrid, without having even released the [new] record, we had 46,000 listeners.
Source: IQ Magazine