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Ximena Sariñana New Album & Tour 2015: 'No Todo Lo Puedes Dar' Deluxe Edition All Set!

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Ximena Sariñana's newest album "No Todo Lo Puedes Dar" will showcase music which is more personal than the Mexican singer's previous songs.

The record, which will be released on April 14 and marks Sariñana's third album, "chronicle a breakup and a process of self-rediscovery," Latin Times wrote. The all-Spanish 13-track disc also features "more experimental and electronic" elements, which prove that Sariñana is capable of improving herself as a pop songwriter.

The changes in the artist's sound are already evident in the first track of the album titled "Sin Ti No Puede Estar Tan Mal," Latin Times noted. Majority of the songs in the album, which were recorded in Los Angeles and Mexico City, were composed by Juan Manuel Torreblanca.

According to the news outlet, the official music video for "Sin Ti No Puede Estar Tan Mal" was directed by the 29-year-old singer's brother, Sebastián Sariñana, and has now reached over two million views on YouTube. Watch it below.

Aside from Torreblanca, Sariñana also worked with St. Vincent collaborator and producer, John Congleton. Speaking about the partnership, the songstress said that Congleton is good at "transforming how people listen to indie music," Billboard wrote.

She continued, "He helped me see mixing as more than just leveling sounds and giving them a fine-tune because he does it in such a creative way. My production would not have been as amazing and straightforward if it hadn't been because of him."

"Ruptura," one the tracks in the album, centers on "heartache" and is "backed by gentle keys and lush strings," Billboard described. These elements are now Sariñana's trademark when it comes to music.

"By your third album people are sort of expecting you to know what you're doing so there's a lot of pressure but I definitely think that I have developed my own sound," the singer told the news outlet. "It's authentic and people can tell."

Sariñana is also set to join Colombian rock star Juanes for 20 dates on the U.S. leg of his Loco de Amor concert tour starting on July 28. After the gig with Juanes, she will also have a tour, named Ain't Gonna Say No, of her own in an effort to promote her third album, Billboard noted.

Sariñana's concert series will begin on May 16 at the Pachanga Festival in Austin, Texas, and will make stops across the U.S. When asked about her upcoming performances, Sariñana revealed that it will be "a very energetic show" and "a little more acoustic," but it will also feature "a lot of classic rock arrangements and more alternative pop sounds," Billboard wrote.

Her debut album, 2008's "Mediocre," gave Sariñana two Latin Grammy nominations and a Grammy recognition.

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