“An Adventure a Day”, the latest from O Tortuga

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Get ready to immerse yourself in the sound wave of “An Adventure a Day”.

The band originally from Mexico City invites us to explore the enigmatic Tlatelolco, where the spirit of the dog man lies.

An Adventure a Day“captures the mystical and captivating essence of Or Turtlepaying tribute to the present and those intrepid who embrace the now without fear of the future or regrets of the past.

This musical journey was made in the studio of Santiago Mijaresunder the musical direction of Or Turtle and the visual talent of Annieway, with the mixture of José Manuel German and the final touch of master’s Pepe Ortega.

Inspired by musical legends such as David Crosby, Grateful Dead and the salsa touch of Carlos Santanathe song becomes a tribute to the deep-rooted symbols of Or Turtlewhich evoke the essence of a jam band with references to the old Federal District and Tlatelolco.

The collaboration with Santiago Mijares in production and percussion marks the beginning of a new and risky stage for the band, maintaining the essence of the garage and the psychedelia that has accompanied them throughout their career.

You can hear “An Adventure a Day” on all digital platforms such as Spotify, Amazon Music and YouTube.

Presentations of O Tortuga:

February 15 – Indie Rocks Forum!CDMX

May 11 – Pädi HousePachuca

May 12 – Beat 803Puebla


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