About Casa Murilo
Casa Murilo has an interesting story behind them on the formation of the band. Many years ago, two Englishmen met two Norwegian girls in Brazil. They lived in a house together with a man called Murilo – and in Spanish, “house” is “casa”. When they later on left Brazil and moved to Norway, the Englishmen started a band and named it after Murilo as a dedication.
The 6-man, Norwegian/English, Oslo-based indie powerhouse called Casa Murilo quickly built something of a reputation on the Oslo underground for their wild, energetic live show. They played all over the country and had lots of nice things said about them, including being described as "Norway's Best Band" by Plan B Magazine after a show at Øya Festival 2011. Casa Murilo told this story on their debut album "Lifting Ships", released to great fanfare and acclaim in 2011. Their second album, “In for the Kill”, was released this year on 12th October 2012 in Norway. Now they have started to play abroad in many countries and among those India is one of them. The band members include Chris Winfield on vocal, Dan Hesketh on guitar and vocals, Fredrik Baden on drums, Rudi Leo Johansen on guitar, Håkon Møller on keyboard, and Sturla Hinze on bass.