Rodrigo Y Gabriela Announce More Shows and New Album Details

Title track '11.11' produced by Radiohead's John Leckie

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Rodrigo y Gabriela have confirmed that their new studio album ‘11.11’ will be released on September 7, and they will return to the UK for one show just prior to it’s release on September 2.

The Mexican duo, who only performed one live show in the UK last year, have written eleven new tracks for the album, the title-track of which was co-produced by John Leckie.

Rodrigo Y Gabriela have also enlisted the help of Slipknot and Trivium engineer Colin Richardson to mix the album.

Initially the album will be released with a bonus DVD, featuring track tutorials and live footage from their blistering performances.

They will play London’s Koko on September 2. Previously announced are appearances at London’s Lovebox festival on July 19 and the Secret Garden Party, Cambridge on July 25.

Rodrigo Y Gabriela’s 11.11 album track listing will be:

Hanuman
Buster Voodoo
Triveni
Logos
Santo Domingo
Master Maqui (with guests Strunz & Farah)
Savitri
Hora Zero
Chac Mool
Atman (with guest Alex Skolnick)
11:11


Rodrigo y Gabriela’s new European tour dates for 2009 are:

London, Koko (September 2)
Ireland, Electric Picnic (4)
Berlin, Germany, Postbahnhof (7)
Paris, France, Cigale (9)


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