There will be a special communion when Rituals of Mine returns to downtown Los Angeles on Friday.
The metropolitan area will experience intensity like no other when the electronic duo performs at the Regent Theater on March 31, even moreso than the duo’s new release “Devoted.”
“Our live show is much more intense than the record,” Terra Lopez, one-half of Rituals of Mine, said. “Fans come out crying, screaming and feeling really touched. We leave everything out on the stage.”
The new record itself is a reflection of the vision the duo – consisting of Lopez and Dani Fernandez – had since dawning a new moniker. The two were previously under the band name Sister Crayon, but under a new identity, Rituals of Mine released an album that creates a bundle of hypnotic beats and dark tones.
Alongside touring partners WHY? and Open Mike Eagle, Lopez is excited to blend together a trio of different genres and fans all in one tour, but a homecoming show never disappoints the her.
“It feels like a hometown show anywhere in any city in California,” Lopez said. “The reception is great and it’s been building a lot especially Los Angeles.”