Texas-based sibling rock act Los Lonely Boys will release their sophomore album, "Sacred," July 18 via Or/Epic. The 13-track release, produced by the band and John Porter, features such songs as "Diam

Texas-based sibling rock act Los Lonely Boys will release their sophomore album, "Sacred," July 18 via Or/Epic. The 13-track release, produced by the band and John Porter, features such songs as "Diamonds" and "My Way," the latter of which introduces a horn section into Los Lonely Boys' sound.

The Garza brothers enlisted Willie Nelson for guest vocals on the track "Outlaws" along with their father, Tejano musician Enrique Garza Sr., whom the trio backed in their youth.

The group will be on the road throughout the summer with headlining and festival dates. It will next play tonight (April 28) at the Gold Country Casino in Oroville, Calif.

"Sacred" is the follow-up to 2004's self-titled debut, which peaked at No. 9 on The Billboard 200. It spawned the single "Heaven," which reached No. 1 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart.

Here is the track listing for "Sacred":

"My Way"
"Orale"
"Diamonds"
"Oye Mamacita"
"I Never Met a Woman"
"Roses"
"Texican Style"
"One More Day"
"Memories"
"My Loneliness"
"Outlaws"
"Home"
"Living My Life"