Templo Diez, the Dutch-French-Italian veterans mixing a gothic blend of rock, dream pop and Americana, are back after a 4-year sabbatical. With renewed inspiration drawing from real life, chance reads and vintage road movies, they are currently putting the finishing touch to their new (seventh!) album , exploring the favourite Templo Diez tropes (flailing hopes, waves at night, loss and undying love, soft-spoken elegies and endless roads) in 9 tracks intended as sonic short-movies.

Over the years, raving reviews resulted in an invitation for the prestigious show case festival SXSW in Austin, Texas and regular gigs in the US, Canada, UK, France, Belgium and Spain, including festivals such as CMJ (New York), NXNE (Toronto) and CMW (Montreal). In their home country, they played at major events such as Crossing Border or Motel Mozaïque, but also thrive in intimate performances in smaller clubs and galleries, sometimes swapping their reverb-laden electric sound for a more acoustic approach, when the right stars are aligned.