Hermanos Gutiérrez return with the spacious and spectral new track, “Blood Milk Moon,” creating landscapes haunted by vaqueros and fugitives, lovers and otherworldly figures — all bound by Dan Auerbach’s clean, unadorned production. The new ureleased track was written several months after the recording of El Bueno Y El Malo, and recorded in Mexico City when the brothers reunited with Auerbach for a celebratory studio session. “We remember having dinner all together on a rooftop in Mexico City, and we were lucky enough to witness a red Blood Moon in the sky that night; it appeared so wholesome and clear,” says Alejandro Gutiérrez.
“Before we went on that trip my brother, Estevan, had a new song idea he was working on, and we all thought about trying to record it in Mexico City. We went into a studio in Condesa, and everybody was feeling the inspiration of that night. Romantic and mystical at the same time, we are honoring the moment of the Moon’s appearance in Mexico City’s night sky." Stream the new Hermanos Gutiérrez song now.
The band have already announced a handful of tour dates for 2024, including an appearance at Big Ears Festival and their first-ever headlining tour of the southeastern US. Click here to view all of their upcoming tour dates now.