Celebrating 20th anniversary with their new album “AZTLAN”
“Sold Out” concerts across the U.S.
See them live in California!
Anaheim, Los Ángeles, Riverside, San Diego (Sold Out), San Francisco
WHO: ZOÉ, the most important band in the Latin rock scene, start off their U.S. tour is about to wrap up its successful U.S. tour making their last stops in California.
WHAT: Along with the tour, the ®Grammy winning band celebrate their 20th anniversary with the release of their sixth studio album titled “Aztlán” inspired by the mystical birth place of the Aztec people.
“This is undoubtedly the record on which that conscience or social criticism is most appreciated: we talk about immigration, about the situation in the country … ZOÉ have never been known for protest songs. However, in our music, in our energy, in our metaphors, the problems of the country and of Latin America in general creep in,” said León Larregui, leader of ZOÉ.
The album has 12 songs written by Leon Larregui and produced by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Kasabian, Stereophonics,Noel Gallagher and Florence and The Machine), Phill Vinall (Placebo, Pulp, Mark Knopfler, Elastic) and Zoé.
“Aztlan” features the following songs: “Venus,” “Azul,” “No Hay Mal Que Dure,” “Al Final,” “Hielo,” “Luci,” “Aztlan,”
“Temor y Temblor,” “Renacer,” “Ella es Magia,” “Oropel,” and “Clarividad.” The album was recorded between January and
September 2017 at Panoram studios in Mexico City, mixed by Craig Silvey at Toast Studios in London and mastered by
Greg Calbi (Blondie, Deep Purple, Arcade Fire, Foster The People, Fleet Foxes) Sterling Sound of New York.
U.S. Tour Dates: MAY
11 San Francisco, CA Masonic
12 San Diego, CA House Of Blues ( Sold Out)
15 Anaheim, CA House Of Blues
16 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern
17 Riverside, CA Riverside Auditorium