Four years after their last album El Objeto Antes Llamado Disco, Café Tacvba is back with new music!
The Mexican rock band, one of Latin America’s most iconic groups, dropped their new track “Un par de lugares” today (Sept. 23). The song was recorded back in July at the Soga Recording Studio in Morelos, Mexico, and produced by Cafeta’s longtime producer Gustavo Santaolalla, who they’ve been working with since their first album.
“This is a song that talks about the feeling of absence and how we go to a pair of places – our mind and our heart – to recover the thoughts and feelings that help us alleviate the pain,” frontman Rubén Albarrán said in a statement.
Listen to “Un par de lugares” here:
There’s no word yet on a possible upcoming album for the Latin Grammy-winning band. For now, Café Tacvba continues their U.S. Tour, with performances confirmed in the following dates:
September 24 – La Tocada Festival – Santa Ana, CA
October 1 – Santa Barbara Bowl (with Thievery Corporation) – Santa Barbara, CA
October 2 – Greek Theater (with Thievery Corporation) – Berkeley, CA
December 20/21 – House of Blues – Chicago, IL