Zoé, the Latin Grammy award-winning Mexican alternative band has released its fifth album, "Prográmaton" and a 75-show world tour, including the U.S., Mexico, Latin America and Europe.
The five-piece band formed in Mexico City in 1994, and since they have achieved success in Mexico and most Spanish-speaking countries with albums such as "Reptilectric" in 2008, and an "MTV Unplugged/Música de Fondo" in 2011.
"Programatón" was recorded in Sonic Ranch Studios in Tornillo, Texas and produced by Phil Vinall, according to a press release.
The album also features songs by bass player Ángel Mosqueda ("Ciudades Invisibles") and another by keyboard player Jesús Báez ("Altamar"), marking the first time these two have served as lead vocals.
The first single off of Prográmaton is "10 A.M."
Dos Mil Trece
Fin de Semana
Arrullo de Estrellas
Game Over Shangai
Watch Zoé performing "Paula" below:
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