Female rock trio The Warning is set to release their new album June 28

Mexican rock band The Warning, comprised of three sisters – Daniela, Paulina, and Alejandra Villarreal – has taken the world by storm. The girls’ fourth studio album, Keep Me Fed, is due out June 28, and their latest single ‘Burnout’ has already got over 200,000 views of its official video in the first week.

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The Monterrey-based group, whose melodic, rhythm-centered alt-rock resembles that of early Muse and Placebo, chose a humorous concept for ‘Burnout’. In the music video, we see the three sisters having auditions for suitable doubles to be able to rest from their career and enjoy some peace and quiet. Be sure to watch the video below:

The Warning’s upcoming album Keep Me Fed (LAVA/Republic Records) has previously given birth to such singles as ‘MORE’, ‘Qué Más Quieres’, ‘Automatic Sun’, ‘Hell You Call A Dream’, ‘S!CK’, the last one nearing 2,000,000 views on the music video on YouTube alone.

Introducing Keep Me Fed, drummer Paulina “Pau” Villarreal says:

“Throughout the whole process, the work was consuming us. By impacting everything we did, the album kept us fed both creatively and personally. We’re inviting other people to participate and consume it too.”

All the way through August 6, The Warning are playing an extensive European tour, including Germany’s massive Wacken Open Air festival on July 31. The Villarreal sisters are then headed for the U.S. for another tour leg, promoting their new record.

Keep Me Fed is due for release June 28th – pre-order/presave the new album here.

If you’ve missed the band’s headbanger ‘S!CK’, give it a listen below. Are you planning to come see the girls live on tour? Where and when? Tell us right now on AlteRock Facebook and AlteRock Twitter!

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