Venezuelan bands have taken on many cities with their music and career. <a href=”/articles/news/international/7858107/venezuela-viniloversus-days-of-exile-english-album”>Viniloversus</a>, for example, is a rock hit in Miami, and soon they will be invading many more North American stages with their recent LP, Days of Exile, the first English-language album from the band.
Los Amigos Invisibles has traveled from Japan to New York with their “Venezuelan Gozadera” sound, and trippy pop band Rawayana is coming that way too after a recent visit to Paris.
Now, alt-rock band Los Mesoneros will be next as they prepare to promote their latest LP, Caiga La Noche, on their newly announced South American tour.
The band announced their upcoming travels through an invitation posted to their Instagram account, stating “Latin american brothers! The #CaigaLaNocheTour extends to South America! We will be visiting Chile, Argentina and Perú. We will be revealing more details! Mention your friend in that country.”
The album has already earned Los Mesoneros the distinction as one of the most important bands in Venezuela and produced the single “Solo,” which has been dominating Venezuelan radio stations.
Watch the video for “Solo” here:
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