Jordi tells us his connection with one of the most popular spots of Berlin.
“The first time I was in Tempelhoff in 2002 was also the first time I visited Berlin. Both places schocked me in such a way that I end up building my own personal popular imagination arround them; arround Berlin the city, and arround Tempelhoff the airport. In 2014 I moved from Barcelona to Berlin (to another Berlin of course, because Berlin is always another Berlin) and between flights to my previous city, between homesickness, melancloly, and lost buses, I wrote "l'Aeroport" and it couldn't be recorded anywhere else but Tempelhof. An intentionally dramatic way to close a circle of almost fifteen years.”