Three years after releasing his first solo album Solstis, León Larregui, Zoé's frontman, dropped his second solo production titled Voluma, which he describes as very personal and full of light.
The Mexican singer-songwriter, currently touring the U.S. on his Voluma Tour, says he knew it was time to release a second album when he noticed that all the songs he was writing were very personal and didn't fit into the Zoé music world. "A lot of things were happening in my life, my girlfriend was pregnant, and I started writing stuff that was very personal again, just like it happened to me when I released my first solo album. Also, next year Zoé turns 20 and we didn't want to release a new album for the band until 2017 to coincide with the anniversary. But primarily it was because the songs I was writing were very, very personal," Larregui told Billboard.