Chicago indie band, Divino Niño are The Native Sound's latest signing. Consisting of members, Camilo Medina, Javier Forero, Guillermo Rodriguez and Pierce Codina, the band is known for their dreamy, psychedelic sound, drum loops, harmonies, world percussion, and Latin American roots – Medina and Forero met in Bogota, Colombia when they were very young, reuniting again in Miami, Florida in 2003, and have been playing music ever since.
In 2010, Medina moved to Chicago and met Guillermo Rodriguez in college and began a project called Continental Breakfast. A year later, after Continental Breakfast broke up, Javier joined Camilo and Guillermo in Chicago and began making music right away. Pierce came like an angel from Venus after his locally known project Tin Tin Can came to a halt. It was then that the band began writing and recording what would become their debut full-length album, and forthcoming release with The Native Sound, Pool Jealousy.
To this day the group is bonded together by their naiveté, lust for romanticism, and their unshakeable belief that a song should move your soul or your hips.
The Native Sound will release Pool Jealousy this Spring. For now, stream "Bottle Demon" at SoundCloud and YouTube, and download it at iTunes and Bandcamp.