From the gritty vocals of front man Giovannie Yanez, along with the bands head banging melodies and lyrics that resonate, it’s clear these boys have what it takes to become a household name across America.
And that just might be where they’re headed, as they just inked a deal with Warner Music Nashville.
This announcement comes after a year that saw the group topping the charts with “Ramon Ayala,” which went number one on the Active Rock Radio Chart, Alternative Radio Chart, and spent five weeks at number one on Billboard’s Rock & Alternative Airplay Chart.
Co-President of Warner Music Nashville, Chris Lacy, expressed her excitement for the new deal:
“This partnership is a perfect example of Warner Music Nashville’s philosophy to let the music lead. Giovannie and The Hired Guns are pure adrenaline and one of a kind.
Their broad musical reach has inspired an exciting ’first’ for us, collaboration with one of our US rock sister labels and Warner Music Latina to make sure Gio’s ascension to superstardom is multilateral.”
On top of that, the group has also announced the release date for their major label debut album, Tejano Punk Boyz,slated to drop on October 28th.
Yanez himself weighed in on the upcoming release:
“This year has felt like a dream that never ends. The #1’s are so cool because we are reaching so many new fans.