The Lumineers have achieved great success over recent years, with their 2012 hit single ‘Ho Hey’ reaching the top spot on the Billboard rock songs charts for several weeks. Wesley Shultz and Jeremiah Fraites founded the group in a process of writing tributes to their friend and brother; Josh Fraites, who sadly passed away in 2002. Since then, the band struggled for years until meeting their third member, Neyla Pekarek, in 2010. Pekarek was a cellist, and brought a unique sound to the folk-rock band, contributing to their contemporary success. With their latest album Cleopatra, inspired by talents such as Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Bruce Springsteen, The Lumineers are back to deliver more creativity and folk melodies—bringing their world tour to the Festival Jardins De Pedrables in Barcelona this weekend.