The iconic Mexican rock band Zoé have announced an extensive U.S. tour in support of its new album ‘Sonidos de Kármatica Resonancia.’ Produced by Live Nation (NYSE: LYV), the 26-date tour launches with two nights at the House of Blues – Chicago in late August and wraps up in Anaheim, CA in mid-October. Pre-sale tickets available Wednesday, April 21st at 10AM local time. Tickets on sale beginning Friday, April 23rd through www.ticketmaster.com and zoetheband.com
When the band had finished touring behind their Grammy winning album ‘Aztlán‘ in 2019, lead singer León Larregui felt a sudden urge to return to the recording studio right away.
“I preferred taking advantage of the momentum we had built together and work on Zoé’s seventh album,” Larregui explains. “The idea was to cut the new tracks fairly quickly. We got to work and soon enough we had finished demos for eight songs. Then the pandemic hit, and the world turned upside down.”
The crisis hit the band members hard, putting their plans on hold. But there was a silver lining. Now complete after a turbulent creative process that lasted well over a year, the aptly titled ‘Sonidos de Karmática Resonancia’ may very well be Zoé’s most artful, mature and fully realized work to date.
“It was only a couple of weeks ago that [guitarist and co-founder] Sergio Acosta sequenced the songs and I got to hear the entire album as a whole,” Larregui explains. “For the first time, I got a clear vision of what we had achieved in these difficult times. I think it’s one of our best albums. You can definitely hear a more mature Zoé coming through.”