Dover was a Spanish punk rock, grunge rock and electropop band from Madrid that sings in English, founded in Madrid in 1992. The group was composed of the sisters and group leaders Cristina Llanos (vocals) and Amparo Llanos (lead guitarist), the drummer Jesús Antúnez and Samuel Titos on bass. They have recorded eight albums, selling around two million copies. They are known for their second album Devil Came to Me, the most important to date, which led them to international fame, and their sixth album, Follow the city lights, which caused controversy, as the style of the group changed from alternative rock to electronic pop. The band won, among other things, the revelation group awards at the 1997 Premios Ondas and the award for best Spanish artist at the 2000 MTV Europe Music Awards.