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The Uruguayan band is on the final stretch of their major national tour through Mexico presenting their acclaimed album ‘Suenan Las Alarmas’

During this international tour without rest, No te va gustar is successfully developing a great national tour through the Mexican Republic. The tour, which began on June 8 in Queretaro, stunned with its power the cities of Guadalajara (Cosquín Rock Fest), Toluca, Puebla, León, Tijuana and Playa del Carmen, and now enters the final stretch in anticipation of a spectacular closing with performances on Friday, June 22 in Mexico City’sEl Plaza Condesa and on Saturday, June 23 at the Machaca Fest in Monterrey. At the end of this tour, the band will have completed a glorious journey through nine cities in the Aztec country.

The tour takes place simultaneously with the diffusion of their current single “Los Villanos feat. Dr. Shenka (Panteón Rococó) off of Suenan las alarmas. This mariachi-inspired song, composed by Emiliano Brancciari‘s handwriting, celebrates the union and liberation of an imaginary town that manages to get rid of the oppression imposed by a group of villains.

Suenan las alarmas is a personal and mature album that demonstrates with elegance the Uruguayan band’s more than 20 years of trajectory. The material was recorded between July 2016 and March 2017 between the studios Elefante Blanco in Montevideo, Romaphonic in Buenos Aires, White Water Music in New York, and Bass Station in Brooklyn. The artistic production was carried out by Héctor Castillo, the talented Venezuelan producer and four time Latin Grammy winner for ¨Ahí Vamos¨ and ¨Fuerza Natural¨ by Gustavo Cerati, as well as being internationally recognized for his work with Los Fabulosos CadillacsAterciopelados and David Bowie, within others. The mastering was done by Dave Mc Nair.

June 22, El Plaza Condesa, Mexico City
June 23, Machaca Fest, Monterrey, Mexico
August 3, Club Chocolate, Santiago de Chile, Chile
August 9, Auditorio Mayor CUN, Bogotá, Colombia
August 11, Carnaval Fest 2018, Medellín, Colombia
September 8, DirecTV Arena, Buenos Aires, Argentina
November 1, Sala del Sol, San Juan, Argentina
November 3, Tucumán, Argentina
November 4, Complejo Cayo Coco, Santiago del Estero, Argentina
November 8, Estadio Delmi, Salta, Argentina


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