The band recently released their fourth album, Primer Instinto. If it fares like previous offerings, Jaguares look to continue their hit-making streak.

Although their name may be new to many North American readers, Jaguares are anything but strangers to N.A. audiences. They’ve toured consistently on both sides of the U.S./Mexican border since forming in 1995.

At the end of this summer, Jaguares were paired with Morrissey for a handful of shows in what seemed an unlikely tour coupling. However, the fans must not have minded as, together, they packed the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim and fared nearly as well in other cities.

With the rise in popularity of rock en Espanol, Jaguares have sold out large arenas in American cities with large Latino communities despite getting little radio airplay and performing only in Spanish.