Enjambre Return To The U.S. With Spring Tour
Mexico-based band Enjambre will bring their blend of 70s' Mexican romance music and rock back to the U.S. with a string of spring shows launching in Los Angeles.
The band, founded in Orange County, Calif., will play shows in Houston, Dallas and Chicago in May before wrapping up the tour at the Latin Alternative Music Conference in New York.
"Although we’re from Fresnillo Zacatecas, Mexico, the United States is the place of birth of Enjambre, so it feels like visiting family and loved ones," said vocalist Luis Humberto Navejas in a statement to the Recording Academy. "This is our audience and it’s growing, as is our excitement to play for them."
Enjambre is set to relase their next album in October and will release a new single in June. The band has been playing shows around Mexico including one recently with GRAMMY-winning band Zoe.
For more information on the tour, visit Songkick.