Bridges to Nowhere was born at some point during 2010, when Carlos de la Flor (drums) and Guillermo Martínez (vocals/guitar), after playing two gigs during a little tenure with another bass player, joined forces with Jorge Ruiz (bass). The band was baptized as Livewire, but soon was renamed as Bridges to Nowhere. The name is due to the dreadful bridge in their hometown, Talavera, that they couldn't help but staring from their rehearsing room.
Guillermo Martínez Vocals Guitar
Carlos de la Flor Drums Back Vocals
Jorge Ruiz Bass Back Vocals
Carlos, Guille and Sergio start playing as Livewire. They share rehearsal place with Sherwood.
Livewire debuts live in their hometown
Guille moves to Italy, but keeps on writing songs
Sergio leaves and Jorge, from Sherwood, takes his place. The formation is complete
Guille is back from Italy, but Carlos moves to Berlin
Finally together again, they play with their hometown heroes: Bonustrack
They open for Dover, maybe the biggest Spanish rock band ever
Livewire changes its name to Bridges to Nowhere
Everything I Thought I Knew, their debut album, is released