Enjambre is at The Final Stretch of Their Tour For Imperfecto Extraño
“Imperfecto Extraño” has undoubtedly been an important tour for Enjambre-not only for its successful and acclaimed performances in massive festivals, including Vive Latino and Pa’l Norte festivals and the upcoming Coordenada Festival in Guadalajara, but also for their sold out performance at the Auditorio Nacional (Mexico City) last December. With this tour, the band will additionally make their debut performance in Spain at the Sonorama Festival.
A few months after its release, “Imperfecto Extraño” surpassed the Gold Record in Mexico for its sales, almost reaching the Platinum Records they’ve received for their previous 2 albums.
The film ‘Olympia’ directed by Jose Manuel Cravioto, will be released in October featuring an acoustic version of their most recent single “Y la Esperanza” as the soundtrack main theme song. This is the second time that the Director Cravioto and Enjambre have collaborated together; previously winning the Best Song award at the “La Diosa de Plata”, the award show showcasing the best of Mexican cinema, with the soundtrack theme song for the movie “Mexican gangsters”.
Enjambre will return soon to close their U.S. tour with final performances in the center and east of the country.