Belanova has returned, six years after its previous tour, which defined an era in pop music. The band will make a springtime comeback to the United States with their 12-date Vida en Rosa Tour, which Rolling Stone can exclusively reveal.
With Guerrero, keyboardist Edgar Huerta, and bassist Ricardo Arreola, Belanova will be on a musical tour with her band that will make stops in locations such as Miami Beach, Los Angeles, New York, and Phoenix. The tour is presented by Live Nation and Frias Entertainment. Apart from the tour, the ensemble will play the Vive Latino in Mexico City at P’al Norte and the Bésame Mucho in Austin in March.
Guerrero adds, “I’ve wanted to concentrate on the gratitude for the love received from our audience.” She continued, “It’s in your nature as an artist to compose songs and find your core, but occasionally you question if anybody will find it interesting. The generosity with which people listen to us is amazing”.
The tour coincides with the release of a new generation of Latin pop listeners who found the group’s catchy synth-pop songs on TikTok, including “Cada Que,” “Por Ti,” “Niño,” and “Me Pregunto.”
Meanwhile, an older fan base of Belanova has rekindled its appreciation for the band’s sentimentality and poetry. Recent Mexican pop artists, such as Danna Paola, have also mentioned being inspired by Belanova’s distinct, effervescent sound. “I saw that my small neighbors were singing “Rosa Pastel” a todo pulmón during their celebration. Huerta recalls, “It was really cool to see.”
Arreola continues, “I’m so happy to see that new generations are listening to our music. We’re fortunate that people continued to remember us.”
Vocalist Denisse Guerrero of Belanova recalls her feelings after performing “Rosa Pastel” in Mexico City with Carla Morrison in November of last year. She hadn’t performed live in a long time, and she wasn’t sure whether she would ever get the chance to do so again.
Guerrero claims, “It was cathartic getting offstage.” It was a wonderful feeling for my body and spirit. Making music promotes healing, and singing is what I do best”.
The band will play music from their extensive repertoire on the upcoming tour. Their seventh and last album, Viaje al Centro del Corazón, was released in 2018. Belanova also has no immediate plans to get back into the studio or put out new songs. Guerrero remarks, “As an artist and a human, I’m barely landing.”
Guerrero says, “Time will tell, and we’ll see how things progress.”
She shared about her upcoming album, “At least not right now, I don’t think an album will come out.”