Ana Tijoux Debuts New Video at Latina, Plus USA Tour Dates

"Ana Tijoux Debuts New Video at Latina, Plus USA Tour Dates"

Ana Tijoux videoToday, Latina premiered the new video “Los Peces Gordos No Pueden Volar” from Grammy and Latin Grammy nominee Ana Tijoux. Watch it here:

The new video features children rapping along to Ana Tijoux’s lyrics, where she says, “I’m just another mother who sleeps little but dreams a lot, who learns more from her children than from the adult world.  When I grow up, I want to be a child.”

The song “Los Peces Gordos No Pueden Volar” is from Ana Tijoux’s critically acclaimed new album ‘Vengo’ which was written while she was pregnant and recorded “in-between diaper changes.”

This summer, Ana Tijoux (with baby in tow) returned to New York for a major concert at theLatin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC) showcase at Central Park’s SummerStage, which earned a glowing review from the NY Times. While in New York, Ana Tijoux also visitedBuzzfeed and Democracy Now.

Ana Tijoux has multiple upcoming festival appearances and USA concerts dates, starting onAugust 30th in Washington, where she’s opening for Dave Mathews Band at the Gorge Amphitheatre.

Ana Tijoux is also playing at Supersonico Festival in Los Angeles on October 11th, along with Café Tacvba, Calle 13 and more. She will perform both weekends at Austin City Limits, along with Eminem, Beck and Izzy Azalea, plus in San Francisco on October 18th at the Treasure Island Festival with Outkast and Janelle Monae.

Additional shows include Portland on August 31st at Mississippi Studios, Minneapolis onOctober 4th at Cedar Cultural Center and Chicago on October 5th at Subterranean.

Ana Tijoux’ signature song “1977” was recently featured in ABC’s hit show “Dancing With the Stars” after previously appearing on ‘Breaking Bad’ and EA Sport’s ‘FIFA’ video game. She also recently performed with Lauryn Hill at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, plus live sessions for both the BBC and KCRW’s ‘Morning Becomes Eclectic.’

Ana Tijoux’s new album ‘Vengo’ debuted #1 on the iTunes Latin charts and has earned strong praise and multiple features at Newsweek, NPR, Billboard, Spin, Rolling Stone, Vibe,Okayplayer, Mother Jones, NY Times and more.

‘Vengo’ is the follow-up to Ana Tijoux’s Grammy and Latin Grammy nominated album ‘La Bala,‘ which was widely celebrated by critics as one of the best albums of the year.

The buzz around Ana Tijoux has been steadily building since her Grammy nominated debut ‘1977’ bubbled up from an underground sensation into mainstream recognition, withRadiohead’s Thom Yorke’s naming the song one of his favorite tracks of the year.

“Ana Tijoux is nothing less than a Latin American Lauryn Hill.  
Rapping with precise enunciation, unerring rhythm, and tremendous flow,
with a melodic sense that connects her rapping to her singing,”

– Rolling Stone

“Her voice sounds unflappable, assured and playful, not strident,
and her backup tracks wander tunefully all over the Americas,
drawing on Andean flute and charango as often as reggae or R&B.
She makes her righteousness joyful, even seductive.”
– New York Times


“Tijoux is one of the most influential hip hop artists in Latin America.
In her latest album, French-Chilean rapper Ana Tijoux finds inspiration
in the birth of her child and the complexities of womanhood.
– NPR ‘All Things Considered’