Now touring their seventh studio album
Spanish popsters La Oreja de Van Gogh are headed back Stateside this year, celebrating a phenomenal 21 years in the music business. Seeing various changes of lineup, most notably the departure of lead singer Amaia Montero in 2007, their enduring appeal comes from their tried and tested formula of singing about love, friendship and relationships; something that has led them to sell over eight million copies of their albums worldwide. Their debut album, 1998's Dile al sol was certified platinum after selling a staggering 800,000 unites on its first release.
Last November saw their seventh studio album release, El planeta imaginario under Sony, which was released a considerable five years after their previous one. With a huge fanbase in the Southern states and in Latin America, La Oreja de Van Gogh are heading to Royce Hall in Los Angeles, CA, Closed May 11, 2017