La Santa Cecilia Shares 'Amar Y Vivir' From Forthcoming Visual Album

The Southern California band's interpretation of the timeless bolero comes from an upcoming project that documents its return-to-roots trip to Mexico.
La Santa Cecilia creates stunning music and visuals on its new album. Source: Humberto Howard

The Grammy-winning Mexican-American roots band La Santa Cecilia journeys into the heart of Mexico for what might be its greatest adventure yet: recording a gorgeous new visual

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