They'll also be performing on the Lock Up stage as The Bronx.
Reading & Leeds Festival 2015's ever expanding line-up continues to grow with yet more acts announced to appear across the many stages; some of which are well-established, and some up-and-coming, but all definitely worth experiencing this year.
Kicking off proceedings, Mariachi el Bronx will be bringing a little Mexican spirit to the UK festival - which will be just as well if the English weather lets us down come August. They'll be joining headliners Metallica, Mumford & Sons and The Libertines, plus many more top billing artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Alt J and Bring Me The Horizon.
The Bronx's mariachi project have named their new album 'Mariachi El Bronx (III)'.
Not best known for their creative album titles, The Bronx's side-project Mariachi el Bronx are returning with their third release entitled, you guessed it, 'Mariachi El Bronx (III)'. Plus, they'll be celebrating their latest venture with a December tour alongside gypsy punks Gogol Bordello.
'Mariachi El Bronx (III)' is this project's latest venture
LA rock band The Bronx have been a firm fixture of the hardcore scene since their debut album in 2003, but since they created their mariachi offshoot they have seen their international popularity soar. 'Mariachi El Bronx (III)' was recorded mostly at the Haunted Hallow Studios in a scenic area of Charlottesville, Virginia over two weeks with their usual producer John Avila (formerly of new wave band Oingo Boingo). The result is a much more daring, modern take on their usual traditional tunes, which just shows how comfortably they are settling into their niche.
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Josh Duhamel - National Volunteer Week Partner Advil and actor Josh Duhamel team up and volunteer with other New Yorkers, pitching in to help revitalise Franz Sigel Park in The Bronx - New York City, New York, United States - Saturday 12th April 2014
The actor plays the titular hero in the forthcoming adaptation.
Rock legend Eric Clapton has admitted the era of the guitar may be ''over''.