Khruangbin announced their sophomore record and release politically charged video for ‘Maria También’.

The Texas-based trio merge funk, soul and psych influences from across the Mediterranean, The Middle East, and South East Asia as well as from the Lone Star State itself.

The title for the album - Con Todo El Mundo - comes from bassist Laura Lee’s relationship with her Mexican-American grandfather: "My grandpa would always ask me 'Cómo me quieres?' (How much do you love me?) And he'd only ever accept one response: 'Con todo el mundo' (With all the world).” Lee explains.

The first single ‘Maria También’ is devoted to the creativity of Persian women prior to the 1979 Iranian Revolution. The politically charged video features archival footage of a host of pre-revolution female artists, singers, and dancers montaged together. Post-revolution the women featured all had been exiled or silenced. Director Chris Boyle and producer Helen Power have cleverly shown their censorship by editing them out of the footage after we see the hand of a censor pressing a button.

Con Todo El Mundo is set for release on 26th January 2018 via Night Time Stories.