Enjambre Finally Comes Back to Anaheim for a Hometown Show!
Five years ago, Enjambre, a Latin Alternative band founded in OC, left for Mexico City in search of their musical dreams. It was a risky move, but one that ultimately paid off as they've encountered greater success in a vibrant scene. Ever since their departure, though, the band has always mused about returning to play cities across the United States, but especially in OC. All that finally comes to reality with Enjambre's first U.S. tour that stops this Friday at Club Ember in Anaheim! "I'm just excited, man," says lead singer Luis Humberto Navejas. "I don't know what's going to happen."
Hey, these guys look familiar!
With family in the city, members of Enjambre have always come home to visit, especially during the holidays. They've played at SXSW in Austin and returned to Southern California last summer to perform at the Levitt Pavilion summer series at MacArthur Park, but this time is different.
"We're a band that started in the States," Navejas said of wanting to tour the U.S. "We've longed for that opportunity." With the help of Oveja Negra, Enjambre has put together shows that will take them through Los Angeles, San Jose, Las Vegas and New York City in the month of October. Club Ember is a special stop along the way.
"In Anaheim, we have a lot of friends and family. I'm really looking forward to playing that show and more than that just playing in Orange County again is very special to us," Navejas says. "We came up with all of our songs for our first two records here and most of the songs on our third record I wrote when I was living in Santa Ana."