De Noche is the title of the second album in solo of Antonio Carmona, entierly composed by him.
The comp has been done in Cadiz, to be recorded in Los Angeles with the production of Gustavo Santaolalla.
A work temporary known as "soy lo que soy" (i am what i am) in which Bum Bum was going to to be the first single. With a video filmed in India with the collaboration of José Coronado, Kira Miró and Eulalia Ramón, and with a set up of Fernando Colomo.
It is a little rumba that, acording to the artist, "completly undressed".
A collection of 12 songs that has as first single "Camino de los sueños" with Nelly Furtado.
All the themes of "De Noche" are composed by Antonio Carmona except "Las cuarenta" in collaboration with Concha Buika version popularized by Roland Laserie and "Camino de los sueños" in collaboration with Nelly Furtado composed by Antonio Carmona, Nelly Furtado and Julio Reyes Copello.
The album has been recorded between Los Angeles, Miami and Madrid, and has been produced by Gustavo Santaolalla, Antonio Carmona and Adrián Schinoff. Co-Produced by Anibal Kerpel. Except "Las cuarenta" produced by Javier Limón and "Camino de los sueños" produced by Julio Reyes Copello.