Their first album titled Mexican Dream is a concept founded on preserving national heritage, making sense of their identity (by being close to the border), and the whole latin-crossover dilemma. The term "malinchista" is often used in Mexico referring to its citizens scrutinizing each other for adopting foreign cultures.
With 14 original tracks including their well known for punk-sound, they also display an array of songs with funk filled beats, mariachi arrangements, and 50’s nostalgia inspired ballads and boleros.
Its release is set for early May 2019.
Built on brotherhood, this alt/rock band and their newfound energy promises a place in the mexican live act scene.
Mexican Dream was produced by Desierto Drive’s lead singer, Arturo Arredondo and the veteran well known Adrián “Rojo” Treviño. The album was partly record (drums) at El Cielo studios and Kross’s home studio in Mty, Mexico.