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Los Bitchos Share New Song “Tipp Tapp” From Reissue of Debut Album

Let the Festivities Begin! (Los Chrismos Edition) Out Now via City Slang

Nov 18, 2022

London-based instrumental four-piece Los Bitchos have released a festive physical reissue of their debut album, Let the Festivities Begin! The reissue features a new song, “Tipp Tapp,” which is available digitally today. More

Oct 13, 2022

London-based instrumental four-piece Los Bitchos have shared a new Christmas-themed song, “Los Chrismos.” It will be featured on a flexi-disc alongside a red vinyl repressing of their debut album, Let the Festivities Begin!, which will be out on November 18. The flexi-disc will also feature the new track “Tipp Tapp.” More

Los Bitchos Share Video for New Song “Pista (Fresh Start)”

Let the Festivities Begin! Due Out February 4, 2022 via City Slang

Jan 12, 2022

London-based instrumental four-piece Los Bitchos are releasing their debut album, Let the Festivities Begin!, on February 4 via City Slang. Now they have shared another song from it, “Pista (Fresh Start),” via a video for the song, which is the final video in a trilogy directed by Tom Mitchell. More

Los Bitchos Share Video for New Single “Good To Go!”

Let the Festivities Begin! Due Out February 4, 2022 via City Slang

Nov 22, 2021

London-based four piece Los Bitchos have shared a video for their new single “Good To Go!” The Tom Mitchell-directed video stars the band in addition to Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand. It is the latest release from their forthcoming debut album Let the Festivities Begin!, which will be out on February 4, 2022 via City Slang. More




Reviews

Feb 11, 2024

Under the Radar heads to Ljubljana for the 2024 edition of MENT later this month. Here’s 10 acts we’re most excited about seeing. More

Mar 30, 2022

With a tongue-in-cheek moniker like Los Bitchos you might think you know what this band is all about at first glance. Perhaps, a decidedly unserious and sarcastic hardcore band or a sloppy garage-noise unit, made up of dudes. Au contraire mon frere, you would be sorely mistaken. More