On the night of August 15, 2018, the band Band of Heathens performed their first concert in Mexico City’s Band of the Sun Theatre.
It was their first time performing live, and they played in the same venue for over four hours.
The band members were able to get their groove back on the next night, and on September 5, they made the trek to Guatemala City to perform at the Festival del Pueblo.
It’s a long and winding road to getting back on stage in Guatemala City, and their performances have always been a part of the band’s identity.
“In Guatemala, the culture is very different from what you might see in the U.S.,” said drummer Manuel Sanchez.
“It’s a culture where it’s a bit more formal, with more rituals.
In Guatemala, it’s more about the music and the experience.”
Band of heathen music in Guatemala, Guatemala City in 2018.
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“We were really excited to be part of this, to be in the spotlight, and to be playing a live show in a city where people come out to see you,” said drummer Luis Sanchez.
He added that the band is also very influenced by bands like El Cenonico, which has been playing in Mexico for several years.
“The band is the same, the same thing.
It doesn’t have anything in common,” said band member Jose Luis Aguilar.
“El Cenons is different.
The bands that we are influenced by, they have different instruments, different instruments.
There’s no such thing as El Censons.”