URUGUAYAN GROUP “NO TE VA GUSTAR” WILL RETURN TO MEXICO AT THE END OF THE YEAR TO CLOSE SUCCESSFUL TOUR “VIAJANDO SIN SPADA” (TRAVELING WITHOUT SWORD).
No Te Va Gustar will officially close their tour “Viajando Sin Spada” in Mexico, which has been without a doubt the most important tour of their career. The tour will wrap up the album dismiss the album El tiempo otra vez avanza by visiting Monterrey, Tijuana, Morelia, Leon, Edo. Mexico and Mexico City. The last date confirmed is for Friday, November 4 at the Plaza Condesa. The tickets for the concert at the Plaza can be acquired through ticketmaster.com.mx
The tour will pave the road for a new studio album from the group, which is in the process of being recording at Buenos Aires Romaphonic, Elefante Blanco in Montevideo and White Water Music in New York. The album is in the hands of the talented producer, Héctor Castillo, four-time winner of the Latin Grammy for his work with Gustavo Cerati and renowned also for his multiple collaborations with artists such as Aterciopelados , The Fabulous Cadillacs, Bjork and David Bowie.
ALSO, THE 30 OF SEPTEMBER WILL LAUNCH FIRST SINGLE, “PRENDIENDO FUEGO” (TURNING ON FIRE) FROM THEIR UPCOMING ALBUM THAT WILL BE AVAILABLE IN 2017.
The new album of No Te Va Gustar will mark it’s ninth recording and will be released in the first quarter of 2017. The band will come to Mexico presenting the first single and will also be presenting the music video that same day.
With 22 years of career, the group from Uruguay has become a prominent rock band in South America. Their tour “Viajando Sin Spada” has led the band’s music to more that 400 thousand people in Latin America, Spain, and the US for over two years. The wrap-up in Mexico promises to be spectacular with much respect, affection and loyalty to the Aztec public, just as the people have shown the band.
28 of October-Cafe Iguana, Monterrey
November 4 – the Plaza Condesa, CDMX
November 5 – Festival Catrina, Cholula, Puebla