Formed around the talents of brothers Luis and Rafael Navejas, Mexico City-based retro-rockers Enjambre released their debut album, Consuelo en Domingo, in 2005.
After achieving some regional success, the siblings added their youngest brother Julian to the mix, along with longtime friends Ángel Sánchez and Javier Mejía, and released 2008's El Segundo Es Felino, resulting in a record deal with EMI. The group's critically acclaimed major-label debut, Daltónico, followed in 2010. In 2012, the band issued their hotly anticipated fourth studio long-player, Huéspedes del Orbe, followed in 2015 by the Phil Vinall-produced Proaño. Imperfecto Extrano, the group's sixth full-length release, dropped in 2017. ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi