Camila is a soft rock band that was formed in 2005 in Mexico City. One of the biggest groups in Latin America, they have also developed a dedicated following in the United States. The band consists of lead singer Mario Domm and guitarist Pablo Hurtado. Domm and Hurtado had already been successful producers in the music business before deciding to form their own band in 2005. Camila released their debut studio album, "Todo Cambio," in May 2006. "Todo Cambio" would peak at number two on the Mexican music charts, and it would even reach number 76 in the United States. Camila's debut album has sold over 1 million copies worldwide. The title track of the album would also deliver Camila their first Latin Grammy Award nomination for Song of the Year. Camila would get their first number one album in their home country with the release of their second album "Dejarte de Amar." In addition to amazing sales in Mexico, "Dejarte de Amar" would also sell well in the United States, Spain and Argentina. The fist single on the second album, "Mientes," would win two Latin Grammys in 2010 for Record of the Year and Song of the Year. The album would deliver another Latin Grammy to Camila when it won Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group. After spending several years touring and recording new music, Camila released their third studio album, "Elypse," in June 2014.