'Sacred' Love

On their energetic sophomore set, "Sacred," the Garza brothers of Los Lonely Boys churn out one catchy beach anthem after another, but instead of polishing their hooks, they stick to an organic live s

On their energetic sophomore set, "Sacred," the Garza brothers of Los Lonely Boys churn out one catchy beach anthem after another, but instead of polishing their hooks, they stick to an organic live sound that showcases their outstanding musicianship. The album arrives this week via Or/Epic.

From the sun-drenched leadoff "Diamonds" -- a rough-edged reprise of their breakthrough single "Heaven" -- and the grinding, bilingual "Oye Mamacita" to the soulful ballad "I Never Met a Woman," the trio manages to turn standard feel-good tunes into electrifying jams.

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.

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