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Sour Soul is a four-piece indie/soul rock act formed in Mexico City in 2007. They quickly built a loyal following by delivering high-energy performances. In 2008, the band released its debut album entitled Liquid Sky Divers, which was coproduced by Stephen Stuart Short & Ettore Grenci. Sour Soul re-released the album in 2010 with 5 new tracks produced by themselves.
In February 2011, the band released its highly-anticipated encore album, L’appel du Vide. Grammy award winner Justin J Leeah (At the Drive In, Conor Oberst, Yeah Yeah Yeahs) engineered this experimental album that took the group in directions they had never gone before, giving an identity to their sound. In December 2011, the band released a split 7” vinyl EP, which includes their single Kill-A-Head.
As seriously as Sour Soul takes their studio productions, it’s truly their relentless touring schedule that has created an international demand for their performances. In addition to the many cities and festivals in Mexico that the group has played, Sour Soul has toured the US seven times. The band has performed in 27 states including the major music markets such as, Los Angeles, Nashville, Chicago, New York, Austin, Brooklyn and New Orleans, making a total of 230 shows performed across the country between 2009 and 2013.
This year, the band released their third album “Shadow Order” and the first short film video of their new single “Undermine”