LA-born Alternative Rock 4-piece Bad Hombres have announced a new single called “TJ Nights” via My Grito Industries. The Latino Rock-leaning group has also released a video for the single.
They share about the song and video:
A border town riddled with crime and prostitution located just below the California border, housing those who strive for better lives, but are stuck in geographical purgatory. Many Americans come to this vibrant city to take advantage of the pharmaceuticals present on every corner and others succumb to the allure of its thriving Red Light District. People from all around the country reap from Tijuana’s rotten fruit of labor and women.
Bad Hombre’s TJ Nights music video, produced and directed by its very own bass player, Jaime Carrasco, takes you into the surreal world of the city’s culture, customs, food, and seamy underbelly. At first glance, it is inevitable to cast judgement on a city with a bad reputation. However, the young adult who is cast in the video and whom the video follows, shows the viewer the diversity the border town offers its natives and visitors. The city will surprise you with a unique charm that can only be cultivated and found here. Tijuana will certainly push you to find yourself! After all, we all need TJ Nights!
Born in Los Angeles, Bad Hombres is a four piece band with a strong influence from Alternative Rock and Latin culture. They have played Hollywood venues such as House of Blues, BB Kings and The Viper Room.
Behind the drums you’ll find jujitsu brown belt Sebastian Stone. On guitar, and you may have seen his art work as a backdrop for Morrissey’s live concerts, is Victor Esparza. There’s also the bass player and music creator Jaime Carrasco and behind the microphone, Bernard Hoyos.
Bad Hombres is working on a new album recorded by Jesus Michel that is slated for release later this year via My Grito Industries.