Mexican alternative rock band Zoé, are broadly known as the pioneers of the Mexican indie scene. Hailing from Cuernavaca, it was 1997 when the singer León Larregui, the guitarist Sergio Acosta, base guitarist Ángel Mosqueda, keyboardist Jesús Báez and drummer Rodrigo Guardiola formed the band. Following a series of bad experiences with record labels, Zoé opted for self release and it was 2003 when the band’s second album “Rocanlover” saw the light. The name of the album, produced by Phil Vinall (Placebo, Elastica y Pulp) became the name given by the band to their fans and the album itself became music press’ favourite rock albums of all times. The success of “Rocanlover” and their following two albums have contributed to their legend of Zoé.