Just over two years ago, we invited you to listen with us to what Las Dianas had to tell us with their first LP, “Lo que te pide el cuerpo” (Casas Maracas, 2021).

We occasionally came back, already surrendered to their impetuous naivety, their compelling logic, their shamelessness, and their truth, to tell you that on such and such a day we were releasing a new song by Las Dianas. Whether it was a cover, from Alex Chilton to Julieta Venegas via Olé Olé, or their collaboration with Camilo Lara of IMS, their own tracks—early gems like “Leggings rotos,” “Hetero,” or “Beef Mac”—were causing quite a stir. They touched souls, silenced some critics, and left others agape here and there, wherever they had the opportunity to perform live in Mexico and work with local talent on their second album, which we will be previewing in the coming months.

“Leggings rotos” was one of the most-played tracks on Radio 3 and the Mexican station Reactor 105.7 in 2021/22.
“A ti que te importa,” in collaboration with Camilo Lara, strengthened their connection with Mexico and was included in the soundtrack of the Netflix series “Control-Z.”

They have shared the stage with artists like Los Planetas, Él Mató a un Policía Motorizado, and Lori Meyers.
In June 2023, they traveled to Mexico with the Transoceanic Observatory project to perform live and work on compositions with local talent.

They have been invited by Mondo Sonoro to the Demoscópica 2024 party.