Sold out UK shows culminating in a two-night residency at Glasgow’s ‘King Tuts Wah Hut’ became infamous and soon, the four piece were welcome faces in the dark basements venues of Berlin, Paris and Poznan. Festival appearances, were punctuated by guerrilla gigs on the streets of their travels, en route to Reading & Leeds, Isle Of Wight, Spain’s Kutxa Kultur, Germany’s Reepbahn and Austin, Texas’ SXSW festivals.
Receiving rave reviews from the likes of NME, BBC, CLASH and more, Tijuana Bibles have captivated global airwaves with radio plays from BBC Radio 1 (UK), Radio 3 (Spain), NPR member stations including KEXP and KCRW (US) and Mexico’s biggest rock radio station IBERO 909.
Their cinematic songwriting has soundtracked supermodel Kate Moss’ collaboration with French designer Equipment, high speed car chases on Amazon Prime’s Grand Tour, Sky Sports F1 and mammoth sporting events such as UEFA Champions League.
Re-emerging, clutching their manifesto - Their hotly anticipated new material is propulsive, volatile and unencumbered by any expectation of what fans may have come to expect.
This is the sound of modern dystopia.