This song 'Rosas' is played by La Oreja de Van Gogh (Van Gogh's ear)，which was a memory of the summer vacation when I was a junior in my university.
La Oreja de Van Gogh are also one of the most commercially successful, with each of their albums selling around a million copies worldwide. Driven by electric guitar and keyboard, their music is easily enjoyable and accessible while, at the same time, smartly crafted and distinct, with lyrics that deal generally with the complexities of relationships. La Oreja de Van Gogh formed in 1996, after guitarist Pablo Benegas, bassist álvaro Fuentes, keyboardist Xabi San Martín, and drummer Haritz Garde met at a local university. Vocalist Amaia Montero joined the band subsequently, following an invitation by Benegas, whom she'd met at a dinner party. San Martín, Benegas, and Montero are the band's primary songwriters. Signed by Sony Discos, La Oreja de Van Gogh debuted in 1998 with Dile al Sol, which spawned numerous hit singles, including "El 28" and "Cuentame al Oido," and earned the band a Ondas Award for Best New Act.
Their most dynamic album yet, with notably surging guitar and a more extensive use of keyboards, Guapa nonetheless measured up to their past successes; its first two singles, were chart-toppers in Spain, while the album itself reached number five on the Top Latin Albums chart in the States, their highest peak position yet. Furthermore, Guapa won the band a Latin Grammy for Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocals. In December 2006, a special double-disc edition of the album, Más Guapa, was released in Spain, containing numerous unreleased tracks and demos.