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Hermanos Gutiérrez Release New Single

Hermanos Gutiérrez Release New Single
Photo by Jim Herrington

Hermanos Gutiérrez release "Until We Meet Again," the latest preview of their forthcoming record Sonido Cósmico, produced by Dan Auerbach and out June 14 via Easy Eye Sound.

This month, Hermanos Gutiérrez will also make their Coachella debut and embark on a run of dates with Khruangbin before they head out on a tour of their biggest venues to date — including Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and two nights at NYC’s Brooklyn Steel in May (one just added, one sold out). Along with today's new song they've shared an additional 13 tour dates, with shows newly added across the Southwestern U.S., West Coast, and Europe. Full dates below.

Just as the title suggests, “Until We Meet Again” is an ode to the lighter moments of long distance: the bittersweet melodies of two guitars chasing each other until they finally intertwine. Hopeful, soft, and full of emotion, the track is a warm moment of connection on an otherwise otherworldly record. Directed by frequent collaborator, Robert “Roboshobo” Schober (Metallica, The Killers, The Arcs), the video for “Until We Meet Again” relishes in the supernatural.

Hermanos Gutiérrez - "Until We Meet Again" [Official Music Video]

Says Hermanos Gutiérrez on writing “Until We Meet Again”: “It was during soundcheck in San Antonio, TX where we accidentally discovered the idea for this song. It stayed present for months and always reminded us of one of our favorite movies, Paris, Texas directed by Wim Wenders. The pace and the warmth of the song are inspired by the scenery and aesthetics of the movie, following the narrative of father-son relationship and their way of reconnecting while being on the road together through the landscapes of the American Southwest. The song somehow reflects our relationship as brothers of finding ourselves together again while being on the road and sharing our music with so many beautiful people.”

Elsewhere on Sonido Cósmico, the brothers turn to more extraterrestrial inspirations: broadening their rhythmic palette with strokes of cumbia and salsa on the moonlit “Cumbia Lunar,” exploring the eerier sides of outer space on the haunting “Low Sun”, and adding subtle touches of strings to the more Dune-inspired title track, “Sonido Cósmico”.

Produced by their third brother, Dan Auerbach — GRAMMY®-winning producer and lead singer of The Black Keys — Sonido Cosmico is meant to lift the listener away from the desert landscapes of 2022’s breakout El Bueno Y El Malo, which Rolling Stone said “shimmers with hallucinogenic energy” and NPR celebrated with a Tiny Desk performance and by naming the LP one of the Top Latin Albums of that year. Finding solace in the stars and the unknowable expansiveness of our limitless world, Sonido Cósmico is a minimalist, mystical listening experience thatis the perfect capture of the brothers’ otherworldly bond with each other and their music.

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Upcoming Tour Dates

April 14 - Coachella - Indio, CA

April 16 - The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park - San Diego, CA ** SOLD OUT

April 18 - Alex Madonna Expo Center - San Luis Obispo ** SOLD OUT

April 19 - Alex Madonna Expo Center - San Luis Obispo ** SOLD OUT

April 21 - Coachella - Indio, CA

April 23 - Las Vegas, NV - Brooklyn Bowl **

April 24 - Las Vegas, NV - Brooklyn Bowl **

April 26 - Albuquerque, NM - Revel **

April 27 - Albuquerque, NM - Revel ** SOLD OUT

May 7 - Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN

May 8 - The Hawthorn - St. Louis, MO

May 9 - The Truman - Kansas City, MO

May 11 - First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN

May 12 - Thalia Hall - Chicago, IL SOLD OUT

May 13 - Thalia Hall - Chicago, IL

May 14 - Queen Elizabeth Theatre - Toronto, ON

May 16 - SalleWilfrid-Pelletier - Montreal, QC SOLD OUT

May 17 - Royale - Boston, MA

May 18 - Brooklyn Steel - New York, NY SOLD OUT

May 19 - Brooklyn Steel - New York, NY

June 14 - Black Deer Festival - Kent, UK

July 31 - The Van Buren - Phoenix, AZ

August 6 - Grand Lodge - Portland, OR

August 8 - The Orpheum - Vancouver, BC

August 9 - Thing Festival - Seattle, WA

Aug 9-11 - The Thing Festival - Carnation, WA

August 23 - New Century Hall - Manchester, England

August 24 - Troxy - London, England

August 25 - Huvila Tent at Helsinki Festival - Helsinki, Finland

August 27 - Cirkus - Stockholm, Sweden

August 29 - Mojo - Hamburg, Germany

August 30-31 - Paradiso - Amsterdam, Netherlands

September 1 - Dr Koncerthuset - Copenhagen, Denmark

September 3 - Silent Green - Berlin, Germany

September 4 - Grand Rex - Paris, France

September 5 - Olt - Antwerp, Belgium

** with Khruangbin