Track: Los Bitchos ramp up the infectious vibes with ‘La Bomba’ and announce new UK/EU tour dates

Photo credit Tom Mitchell

London-based instrumental sensations (can bands still be described as sensations these days? Anyway…) Los Bitchos are back with their latest single and video, “La Bomba,” a spirited 80s Turkish psych-infused track that encapsulates everything fans love about the band. Following their acclaimed 2022 debut album Let The Festivities Begin! and last year’s EP PAH!, “La Bomba” is a high-energy bop that combines world, psych and garage influences in what’s quickly becoming Los Bitchos’ signature style.

The band describes “La Bomba” as a burst of energy and power, a sentiment that translates seamlessly into the song’s infectious melodies and compelling rhythms. Serra Petale, guitarist for Los Bitchos, explains, “The beginning stabs are what came to me first as I was cooking in my kitchen. There’s something quite heroic and powerful about the opening guitar tone and the stabs underneath them.”

The accompanying video for “La Bomba,” directed by long-term collaborator Tom Mitchell, complements the song’s dynamic energy with shiny, glittering visuals that capture the essence of the track. From vibrant performances to surreal segments, the video is a perfect match for the song’s euphoric vibe.

check it out, here

Los Bitchos are renowned for their incredibly fun live shows, having graced the stages of major festivals like Glastonbury, SXSW, Coachella, and more. Their upcoming UK and European tour this October, November, and December promises to be an unforgettable experience, culminating in their biggest London headline show to date at O2 Forum on November 7, 2024.

Los Bitchos Tour Dates:

  • 19.10.24: Future Days Festival, Birmingham, UK
  • 20.10.24: Button Factory, Dublin, IE
  • 22.10.24: The Grove, Newcastle, UK
  • 23.10.24: Summerhall, Edinburgh, UK
  • 24.10.24: QMU, Glasgow, UK
  • 25.10.24: Irish Centre, Leeds, UK
  • 26.10.24: O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK
  • 28.10.24: Junction 2, Cambridge, UK
  • 29.10.24: The 1865, Southampton, UK
  • 30.10.24: SWX, Bristol, UK
  • 01.11.24: Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
  • 02.11.24: Lido, Margate, UK
  • 07.11.24: O2 Forum, London, UK
  • 12.11.24: La Cigale, Paris, FR
  • 13.11.24: Stereolux, Nantes, FR
  • 14.11.24: Epicerie Moderne, Lyon, FR
  • 15.11.24: Locomotiv, Bologna, IT
  • 16.11.24: Mascotte, Zurich, CH
  • 18.11.24: Strom, Munich, DE
  • 19.11.24: Wuk, Vienna, AT
  • 21.11.24: Palac Akropolis, Prague, CZ
  • 22.11.24: Festsaal, Berlin, DE
  • 23.11.24: Niebo, Warsaw, PL
  • 25.11.24: Knust, Hamburg, DE
  • 27.11.24: Debaser, Stockholm, SE
  • 28.11.24: Cosmopolite, Oslo, NO
  • 29.11.24: Pustervik, Gothenburg, SE
  • 30.11.24: Small Vega, Copenhagen, DK
  • 02.12.24: Burgerweeshuis, Deventer, NL
  • 03.12.24: Gebaude 9, Cologne, DE
  • 04.12.24: AB Box, Brussels, BE
  • 06.12.24: Paradiso, Amsterdam, NL
  • 07.12.24: Aeronef, Lille, FR

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