Actual Members: Rubén Pozo Prats - Vocals, Guitar José Miguel Conejo Torres - Bass, Guitar Regular collaborators: Roberto Aracil - Drums Luis Miguel Romero - Percussion César García - Keyboards Manuel Mejías - Bass Ex members: Tuli The group was founded in 1999 as a trio, including the drummer "Tuli". After playing live in small clubs in Madrid at the beginning, their first album "Pereza" was released in 2001. For the second album "Algo Para Cantar" the group was reduced to a duo, with additional musicians joining for live appearances. In 2006 they were nominated as best European artist at the MTV Europe Music Awards.
Pereza (Spanish for “laziness”) is a Spanish pop rock group from Alameda de Osuna (Madrid) comprising Rubén Pozo Prats and José Miguel Conejo Torres artistically known as Rubén and Leiva. They have recorded six albums Pereza, Algo para cantar (Something to Sing), Animales (Animals), Los amigos de los animales (The Animal’s Friends), Aproximaciones (Approximations) released in the summer of 2007, Aviones (Aeroplanes), released in August 2009, and a last compilation that includes two previously unreleased discs: “Mama Quiero Ser una Estrella del Rock'n’Roll” (Mama I Want to be a Rock’n’Roll Star) and “Baires”, recorded and mixed in Argentina. The group has also released two DVDs. The first was called Algo para encantar (Something to Enchant) and it contains videos from their previous album Algo para cantar and some live tracks. The second DVD is called Barcelona, which is a recording of a live concert in that city along with a CD called Rarezas (Rarities), which contains previously unreleased tracks from the band’s early days.