Hailing from Lima, Peru, Los Outsaiders are a quartet with songs that work in all languages. Their rum fueled garage rock and rollicking shows are the stuff legends are made of. Los Outsaiders have quickly ascended the ranks to become one of the most prominent bands in Peru’s indie rock scene.

After forming in 2011, Los Outsaiders caught the attention of Gordon Raphael (The Strokes, Regina Spektor), who produced their first album, Outsaiders (2014). Since then, the band has toured throughout Mexico, appeared twice at South By Southwest in Austin, Texas, and performed at Primavera Sound Festival 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. They’ve also shared the stage with The Vaccines and Foals in their home city of Lima.

Ahead of their new album with Zip Records, Los Outsaiders recently released two singles, "Magia" (2016) and "Hombre Muerto" (2017).  The new album, to be released in early 2018 will be produced in both Peru and Mexico.  In addition to touring Latin America in support of the new one, Los Outsaiders will be engaged in a US and European radio campaign.

The new album will be available in CD format as well as accessible through worldwide digital sites. Whether labelled rock, pop, rock en Espanol, the songs are melodically charged soundtracks to our multilingual and multicultural universe.

Los Outsaiders are planning to relocate to Mexico City later in 2017 and their future looks bright.  

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