Diamante Eléctrico

Jun 26, 2021

“Diamante Eléctrico” Deluxe Album debut, Return to Ruido Fest and a Café Tacvba Team-up in the Fall

On the heels of their most recent single, “Himno a Los Solitarios” (Hymn to The Lonely Ones), Diamante Eléctrico’s worldwide deluxe release of their critically-acclaimed“Mira Lo Que Me Hiciste Hacer” (Look What You Made Me Do.)

Los Ángeles, California (26 de julio de 2021) –Diamante EléctricoLatin Grammy-winners is known for their soulful rock ballads, return to the stage this summer. The first stop is the Ruido Fest in Chicago on Aug. 22, followed by a touring slate of 16 shows as special guests of Mexican icons Café Tacvba as the Colombian act introduces their highly-anticipated Deluxe album, “Mira Lo Que Me Hiciste Hacer.”

Led by Juan Galeano and Daniel Álvarez, the celebrated band enters the summer season ready to rock their dynamic and spirited musical style—a touchstone of Diamante Eléctrico’s staying power nearly a decade-long. It is this benchmark that continues connecting to fans and “Mira Lo Que Me Hiciste Hacer,” or “MLQMHH,” is no exception to the band’s global reception.

“MLQMHH”’s has a musical swagger that is funk-inspired, pop-infused, and highlights a charming collection of work embracing–and rocking–an ‘80s aesthetic that flows through the entire album, topped with a fresh reimagining of the classic Tears For Fears track, “Everybody Wants To Rule The World.”

Noting a global pandemic, the group’s timeline and evolutionary worldview has certainly shifted through the years, and with that arrives new perspectives reflecting these unprecedented times. Approaching 10 years on the music scene as a band, Álvarez describes the latest work as “a communion between what we like to play and what we like to hear … an album that we will listen to non-stop.”

The Deluxe edition, inspired by enthusiastic fan appeals, pivots a far-reaching scope, introspectively. The themes of the compositions are universal and at the heart emerges spectacular storytelling and stirring reflection that ultimately illustrates the commanding music mastery of Diamante Eléctrico. The new release was accompanied by two sold-out shows in Bogotá, a place that witnessed the band’s growth and is also one of the group’s home cities.

Diamante Eléctrico Tour Dates:

Nov. 1& 2 — New York, NY — Irving Plaza

Nov. 4 — Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore Silver Spring

Nov. 7 — Raleigh, NC — The Ritz

Nov. 8 — Charlotte, NC — The Fillmore Charlotte

Nov. 9 — Atlanta, GA — Buckhead Theatre

Nov. 12 — St. Petersburg, FL — Mahaffey Theater

Nov. 13 — Miami Beach, FL — Fillmore Miami Beach

Nov. 14 — Lake Buena Vista, FL — House of Blues

Nov. 16 — Houston, TX — Bayou Music Center

Nov. 17 — McAllen, TX — McAllen Performing Arts Center

Nov. 19 — Austin, TX — Bass Concert Hall

Nov. 20 — San Antonio, TX — The Aztec Theater

Nov. 22 — Irving, TX — The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

Nov. 24 — El Paso, TX — Abraham Chavez Theatre

Nov 26 – Rancho Mirage, CA – The Show at Agua Caliente Casino