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When some people travel, they take photos on their phone to remember a trip. Old-soul voyager’s recount their adventures with pen to paper. But for globetrotting Hermanos Gutiérrez (featuring brothers Alejandro & Estevan), they let their experiences conjure soundtracks. Their most pivotal visit was years ago when experiencing the American Southwest.
A couple years after forming their duo, they took a trip through Death Valley and the Mojave Desert. “It just blew our minds.” Estevan told PG. The desert, he says, “is where our music was born.”
“Part of what we’re doing is traveling together as brothers,” Alejandro told PG in 2022, “so we go to places, we come back and we’re feeling inspired, and we feel like we’ve gotta write something about this place.”
And while these wanderers have found bountiful inspiration in the West, their mystic compositions provide the score to their sonic souvenirs and passport stamps on their consciousness.
“It’s just beautiful where we can go with this music,” says Alejandro. “It’s just my brother and I together, and we’re so happy to have this.”
The Hermanos Gutiérrez sold-out concert at Nashville’s Basement East on June 20th marked their first return performing in Music City since recording El Bueno Y El Malo with Dan Auerbach at Easy Eye Sound in 2022. The pair invited PG’s Chris Kies onstage to decode their spellbinding cinematic sounds. The conversation touched on their symbiotic alchemy, enchanting hollowbodies, and how a single Strymon reset their slow-burn backdrop.